Is software factory the future of software development?

“Software Factory” is a development paradigm that strives to produce software products. Assembled from independently developed and delivered components.

It accelerates time to market at a much lower cost.

Software factory has a direct analogy to other industries. It is a software equivalent of traditional factories that produce physical products like cars, consumer appliances, etc.

Industrial development started with two inventions “replaceable parts” and “assembly lines.” These…




Software Factory is an emerging paradigm for producing software at scale. If it goes mainstream, is your organization ready to compete?

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