Software organizations continuously seek to improve the quality of their software products to meet the needs of customers. This search for quality improvement has motivated many organizations to invest in the definition of software processes specific to projects. However, the definition of software processes is usually challenged by diversity of projects, development models, processes, and people. These factors contribute to make process definition a complex, time consuming and error prone activity. Such activity can be facilitated by a process reuse strategy. This strategy can be implemented through a context-based process line approach. Based on the data from this approach and following its systematic, this work presents a proposal to software process composition and optimization (COMPOOTIM). The purpose of COMPOOTIM is to support the project manager’s decisions about the composition of a software process specific to a project. Process components composition is automated and uses an optimization technique to suggest processes based on the context of a particular project. The aim of this work is to present an example of creating a LPBC that generate data necessary for COMPOOTIM operation.