Iveta Kremenova, Milan Petrik, Tatiana Corejova, Roman Sulovec, Elena Sakalova: Multidimensional Development of Information Systems with CASE systems CSIT 2000 : 197-201
This article approach possibilities of reengineering application during process of making changes in organisations by using modelling in project of a new form of organisation and by support of information technologies (IT). Solving problems relating to software systems as well as non software systems are influenced by current methodologies and methods object analysis and system project. A good CASE tool must be able to meet all requirements of users as they change. Meta CASE systems are interesting just because of their flexibility namely not only in time aspect (in regard to changes resulted from continual system development during time) but also concerning to different requirements of different users - ability meet requirements of large spectrum of users is achieved by supporting multiple methods and tools, their customisability and even facility to create user's own methods.
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