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What Does That Button Do? A Discussion on Product Manufacturing and Learning Curves

Posted by on December 22, 2022 8:54 am
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Let’s talk TruePlanning, and focus on a set of inputs that directly impact a specific activity: Production Manufacturing. This activity will be very important for acquisition programs as it typically represents the highest cost along with non-recurring engineering.

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What Does That Button Do? TruePlanning

Posted by on November 15, 2022 1:55 am
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We are focusing on a few critical TruePlanning inputs of the hundreds provided in the technology. Reviewing the definitions, intent, and effects of these inputs through a generic use case is vital to better understanding the capabilities. Learn more.

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Extract Transform Load– Natural Language Processing for the Data Set Initiative

Posted by on October 26, 2022 12:36 pm
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Let’s dig into Natural Language Processing (NLP) and how it contributes to Unison Cost Engineering’s Data Set Initiative, along with the Extract Transform Load (ETL) of data in general.

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Predictive Analytic Approaches for Estimating the Lifecycle Cost of Agile Programs

Posted by on August 22, 2022 11:07 am
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The transition to agile management approaches for Software development has introduced even more challenges for cost estimating teams, especially as they support long-term budget development and program execution. Learn about how Unison Cost Engineering is internalizing an agile program into TruePlanning.

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But We’re Agile, We Don’t Have to Estimate (Or Do We?)

Posted by on July 15, 2022 12:21 pm
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The conundrum around software estimation is that at the point at which initial estimates are expected, the information about the project is often incomplete, and software intensive which increases the estimate complexity, since software is hugely malleable. Being “agile” makes an estimate easy, if your team is actually agile.

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