About Nesma (2)

What does Nesma mean and what do you do?

Nesma (Netherlands Software Metrics Users Association) started May 12, 1989 under the name NEFPUG (NEtherlands Function Point Users Group). In 1995 we changed our name into NESMA. Nesma is now an independent international organization focused on software metrics and software measurement. Besides creating and standardizing measurement guidelines and function points,…

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Can Nesma help me with, or advise me on, a measurement approach or measurement programme?

Nesma is an association of users and does not undertake commercial activities. However, on this website we provide sufficient information about software measurement topics in the form of standards, guidelines, news, events and informative pages about the application and use of…

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Measurement guidelines and standards (1)

What is Function Point Analysis (FPA) and what are function points?

Function Point Analysis (FPA) is a method to measure the functional size of an information system. FPA measures the functional size by looking at the (functional) transactions and (logical) data files that are relevant to the user in the business….

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Membership (2)

What advantages do I get with a Nesma membership?

As a Nesma member you can enjoy all kinds of benefits and discounts. On publications, books, participation in (international) events, and more. You can join individually or through your organization. Read more about the Nesma membership. In addition to becoming a member to the…

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Do I need a Nesma membership to log into this website?

Anyone can sign up for free on this website to get access to downloads, publications. The website membership account can also be used to ask questions in forums and for posting comments. Click here for more information about a website membership.

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Theme Sizing (1)

What is Function Point Analysis (FPA) and what are function points?

Function Point Analysis (FPA) is a method to measure the functional size of an information system. FPA measures the functional size by looking at the (functional) transactions and (logical) data files that are relevant to the user in the business….

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