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Application Lifecycle Management Series - Part 4

Track: Business Process Connection

Session Number: 170753
Date: Wed, May 10th, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Room: 140

Description:

Be sure to add Application Lifecycle Management Series Parts 1-8 to your agenda to make the most of the full day series.

ALM the Siemens' way
To deal with modern day challenges, Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) has emerged with the intent to fast-track innovation, while safeguarding quality, functional safety, and compliance. Leaders are already applying the methodology across a wide range of industries to deal with the relentless drive for innovation. In fact, according to Forrester Research, “speed in developing and delivering innovative applications is becoming essential to the success of businesses in any industry.” Polarion set out in 2004 to address those issues and empower development teams with a single solution built from the ground up to span the entire application lifecycle with a consistent data structure and business logic. Polarion is now part of Siemens.  In this talk, we discuss industry best practices and the bene ts customers gain from using Polarion® ALMTM, the uni ed Application Lifecycle Management solution for unlocking synergies across disparate teams.

Sub-Categorization: Application Lifecycle Management
Session Type: Interactive Lecture

Related Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation, Consumer Products and Retail, Electronics and Semiconductor, Energy and Utilities, Industrial Machinery & Heavy Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine, Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals, Other, All Industries
Learning Objectives: TBD
Sub-Categorization: Application Lifecycle Management
Session Type: Interactive Lecture

Related Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation, Consumer Products and Retail, Electronics and Semiconductor, Energy and Utilities, Industrial Machinery & Heavy Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine, Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals, Other, All Industries
Learning Objectives: TBD