Polarion Requirements Online Workshop
Are you looking for new/better/more flexible/lower cost Requirements Management tools? Do you need guaranteed traceability from Requirements to their implementation? Do you want to involve all stakeholders and manage change? Do you need to reuse Requirements including test cases? Do you need to import/export Requirements from legacy systems like Doors? Do you want to enter Requirements quickly and easily via Web-based "Requirement Designer", Integrated Wiki or Microsoft Office (Word or Excel)?
If you answered one or more of these questions with "yes", then the Polarion Requirements Online Workshop is exactly the right event for you! Join us online on July 1st, 2010 for video sessions and chat live with our Polarion Requirements professionals.
Visit our website for a detailed agenda and register today!
Easier than ever: Polarion ALM in your tools landscape
The Polarion Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solution with open Java API and Web Services is an open system is now easier than ever to integrate into your tool and IT environment. Why?
We´ve introduced a set of Adaptors for 3rd-party vendors that enable you to preserve your investment and know-how with these tools but now use them with a modern, web-based ALM solution from Polarion to guarantee Traceability for all development/implementation steps.
The following Adaptors are available:
Polarion Pop Challenge 2010: the winners are in!
The Polarion POP Challenge 2010 is over, and the winners have been selected from among the many great extensions submitted:
The First Prize, an Apple iPad as well as $10,000 in Polarion Software licenses went to Marc Dzaebel of H&D for his scalable, nested, graphical Gantt projectplan extension
The Second Prize, an Apple iPod Touch and $5,000 in Polarion Software licenses went to Sebastian Bejga (T-Systems / DHBW Stuttgart) for his extension T-Polls.
Picking a winner proved extremely difficult and the voting by the panel of judges resulted in a decision to add a third place winner and prize, an Apple iPod nano which went to Manuel Sprock (Phoenix Contact) for his Role Based SVN Access extension.
Polarion would like to thank all the entrants for their great work. We appreciate not only the valuable extensions themselves, but we also honor your participation in building the Polarion community. The growth of the Polarion POP portal definitively proves the power and viability of our Polarion platform. For a complete roundup of the Polarion POP Challenge 2010 visit our blog.
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