Japan delays disputed software standard

Zuckerman, Amy
August 1995
Electronic News;8/14/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2078, p56
Trade Publication
Discusses several aspects of JIS Z9901, a controversial Japanese quality scheme aimed at the software market. The reprieve that American software manufacturers have won from the implementation of this standard; The agreement between the Japan Accreditation Board for Quality System Registration (JAB) and the American National Standards Institute.


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