In recent years, challenges for software development changed fundamentally. With raising complexity in software projects, alternative development methodologies and new needs for seamless collaboration, traceability and regulatory compliance arose. However, many of today’s tools were developed a long time ago, but the current age demands new technologies.
In this context, users search for possibilities to enhance their legacy deployment by adding core functions of other products through data migration. Hence, Polarion has proven to be first choice to increase agility, collaboration and innovation - especially in regulated industries - where electronic signatures, baseline comparisons, traceability, and data migration / linking are critical.
Join this complimentary webinar and learn how an easy-to-use software requirements tool can provide your team the agility and collaboration they need. You will learn how switching to Polarion allows you to batch migrate existing data, maximize your customization and modernize your software requirements management – with ensured full traceability from source code to test cases.
Who should attend this webinar:
- Engineers involved with product development design, quality, risk, and resource scheduling.
- DOORS users needing to maintain their current system, but also needing to expand and implement requirements management across their department or enterprise.
- Developers needing to connect or coexist with DOORS data for change management, defect/issue management, test management, or traceability.
- Managers seeking to improve efficiencies, collaboration, and reduce costs by more than 70% without upsetting legacy methods, processes, or development cycles.
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.