Configuration Management

Your project usually ends up with several multiple versions of a product when changes occur, and it is important to have appropriate knowledge and tracking of these versions. You need to know what was changed and why it was changed or else your project would be a disappointment. Let’s say for instance, you are called by a client (that is using an old version of products as it is compatible with their whole system) who made a custom order to build more of that version of your product for him and you said okay and settled the price. You headed to your design shop only to discover that the drawings have been lost and the designer already retired. This will be a serious disappointment for you and your customer. To avoid this, it is important to use configurationmanagement for change management.

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