The complexity of global development projects demand an effective and transparent collaboration across multiple teams and tasks. While using conventional approaches in practice, the challenges for a timely project success quickly become evident: a large number of conflicting stakeholder interests and short release intervals lead to a lack of product quality on one side - and declining progress velocity and transparency on the other.
To avoid product defects - and an increase in cost and time commitments - it is advisable to use a dedicated software tool for requirements management, which enables instant traceability and the adoption of agile methods like Scrum. It’s essential to link individuals and their interactions in a centralized, remote and transparent solution, which visualizes the effects of constant changes and allows stakeholders to respond properly.
Join this free webinar to learn more about the implementation of Agile Requirements Management and Scrum to ensure effective collaboration and transparency in your development projects.
This Webinar is right for you, if you want to:
- Capture and manage user stories quickly and easily - with Polarion LiveDocs
- Create professional online Requirements Documents to leverage your existing Microsoft Office Documents
- Save time and cost by reusing user stories and test cases
- Link user stories to test cases quickly and easy
- Assign user stories to backlogs and releases
- Achieve guaranteed traceability and comprehensive impact analysis from requirements definition all the way through actual implementation and reuse
- Collaborate with other stakeholders including customers and easily incorporate their feedback
Daniel Morris is a member of the Polarion Software team and manages the customer training modules for all of Polarion Software products. Daniel has helped over hundreds of customers implement Polarion Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools that have improved their organizational processes. Daniel holds a degree in computer science from the University of Applied Science in Aachen, Germany.