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MS Office 2000

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Transcript of MS Office 2000

Case Study #4
Group3
John Marechal, Felix Nkansah
Qing Huang, Sai Brindavan
Muhammad Abdeen, Jinlu Huang
Jorge Gutierrez, Wasi Khan

Microsoft Background
Microsoft Process/Product Development
MS Office 2000 Project
Learning
Q&A

Executive Summary
Vision & Goals
Market Context
Customer Focus
Value Proposition
Process & Milestones
Success Factors
Twenty first successive year of growth from Inception (1996)
$5.94 BN in Annual Sales the previous year
Most Comprehensive Application suit

10 Primary Applications
Same day delivery
Bloatware
Internet
Java
Corporations
Internet Users
Value Proposition
Customer Focus
Pre-set Schedule

Major Milestones

Buffer Time

Private Release

Check-ins

Code Reviews
Identify Product Specifications
Halfway coding point
Complete Coding
Complete Alpha & Beta testing
Process Design & Milestones
First to Market
Same day Release
Keep path with Development
Self Upgrade
Success Factors
Learning
Microsoft Timeline
Product Development Early Days
MS Office 2000 Project
Vision & Goals
Market Context
Product development is Iterative
Profitability, no excuse for not Improving
Self Upgrade
Engineered towards big corporations with speedy networks
Departure from Personal Computer Users to Corporate System administrators
Changing Customer Focus as product evolves
Features aimed at users sharing documents over the internet and Company Intranet
Microsoft Inception
1975
MS DOS: IBM PC
1980
1989
1990
MS OFFICE: Macintosh
Largest PC Software company
Windows 3.0
1995
1998
2000
Windows95
Office95
Windows98
Office2000
1992
Office3.0
office4.x
Office97
1997
Lotus Notes
Main Issues
Different development cycles
Product technically sound but not user friendly
Infighting between teams
Browser wars
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