Term often used in the field of information systems, which describes the customization of software systems to meet individual customer requirements. For example, software often contains only the most basic features that are relevant for all customers and required in the same layout or functionality. Since companies and their methods of operation generally differ in minor ways, it makes sense to offer standardized software products – with the aforementioned basic features – and customize these standard versions according to individual customer requirements. In this way, the software can be produced with a uniform and manageable process, without having to forgo on the development of customer-specific solutions. When speaking about software, the term "customizing" as well as the idea behind it, was coined, in large part, by SAP, a German software manufacturer. External links:


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