The development of medical software - no matter if designed for embedded or PC applications such as diagnosis or therapy planning systems - is controlled by the international IEC 62304 standard. This norm sets rules for all steps in the lifecycle of medical software.
Developing medical software is a dynamic and tech-oriented task that is often accompanied by utilization of multiple tools. However, IT research states that only 44 percent of projects successfully reach their time, budget and functionality goals. Even worse, 24 percent of projects are canceled altogether. One of the main reasons for this is missing user acceptance within a wide range of development tools.
In this complimentary 60-minute webinar, we will show how to meet standards in medical software development while supporting your developers with a holistic and easy-to-use Application Lifecycle Management solution.
- What challenges states the IEC 62304 to your software development?
- How can requirements of IEC 62304 be utilized in a single ALM concept?
- How to implement this concept in a dedicated software tool?
James Voller is a Pre-Sales Solutions Consultant for Siemens PLM Software. He has a Support, Training and Consulting background working with various businesses worldwide. His more recent position was working in the ALM sector delivering Training and Consultation services. He has an extensive knowledge of Agile Methodologies, and how they are implemented within organizations.