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 and Test Case Management Online Workshop is just the right event for you! Join us online on October 7th, 2010 for interesting video sessions and chat live with our Polarion Requirements professionals.
Visit our website for a detailed agenda and register today!
Polarion Software achieves record growth with strong sales
Polarion Software, a leader in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Requirements Management (RM) and a disruptive force in the software marketplace achieved record growth for its ALM business. The Company realized a 45% increase in sales for the second quarter of fiscal 2010 over the second quarter of fiscal 2009. This was driven by strong sales across all product lines and geographies as well as new customer acquisitions.
We are happy to have welcomed a lot of well-known companies as Polarion customers and here are a few: Aon Corporation, Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz Research & Development, Robert-Bosch, TechniSat Digital GmbH, Testo AG and T-Systems Brazil.
New Polarion + Mylyn Integration
We are excited to announce a new partnership with Tasktop Technologies. We are going to present a new bundled product that provides software development teams with a full-featured issue tracking and wiki solution with full Eclipse IDE integration as well as a rich desktop client interface and offline access to issues and tasks. The new Polarion Track and Wiki and Tasktop Pro bundle will enable developers to keep Polarion up-to-date without leaving their native Eclipse IDE and will extend the benefits of Mylyn by adding time tracking and task-focused support for activities such as web browsing, office document authoring, email and calendars. For more details,see the Press Release.
Polarion Pop Challenge - Autumn 2010
What would your boss say if you handed over $10,000 worth of Polarion licenses? Would you get to keep the spiffy new Apple iPad that goes with it?"
Sound familiar? It's the same question we asked when we announced our first Polarion POP Challenge. Sebastian Bejga, one of the winners of POP Challenge #1 not only got to keep the iPad, but made a splash felt throughout his company:
"It was hard to believe at first time, because my extension was at first just a sandbox to play around with the API while writing my student assignment. It was a real thrill to be chosen as one of the winners. Furthermore it was an invocation to participate in more events like this."
That competition resulted in some super Polarion extensions that have benefited the entire community... and we would like to do more than just say "thanks", so we're running a second Pop Challenge competition! Again this year, we're offering a grand prize of $10,000 in Polarion licenses and a new Apple iPad.
This time we are especially looking for 2 main kinds of extensions:
- Polarion project templates supporting different project management methodologies & processes: RUP, XP, Waterall, etc.
- Various artifacts: support tickets, HW Test Cases, etc.
But there is also an Open Challenge for any kind of extension.
So let the 2010 Polarion POP Challenge begin right now!
popchallenge.polarion.com - Ready... set...go!
Survey about requirements and release managements (you can win an iPod Touch)
The TU München and TU Graz are conducting an empirical study to understand the information needs during the management of requirements and software releases.
We would like to ask you to spend 5 minutes now to answer the questions.
English Version | German Version
Independently from the answers, you can take part in the lottery of one iPod Touch among the participants.
Your answers are voluntary and data can only be used in aggregated form for research purposes. An open source tool will be developed based on the answers.