A successful company always has the goal of bringing a product to market with the least possible costs and the highest quality and performance as fast as possible. Therefore, many companies have excellent analytical and predictive capacities that can determine the current state of development and create forecasts so that the deadlines can be met despite shorter cycle times in software development.

In this presentation, consistent and comprehensible metrics are presented, which provide important information on the current state of development and the development process. By knowing this data, it is possible to get a very accurate overview of the current project status. As a result, it is not only possible to predict a release much more precisely than before, but it is now possible to identify potential bottlenecks and to use resources more purposefully. Changes to source code or even changes to requirements can be tackled with minimum impact to the product release.

In this one-hour webinar, various views and problems in the planning and execution of software development activities are discussed. The presentation also provides useful information on the most important parameters to determine the current state of development, in order to provide reliable forecasts for the development process and to use resources correctly.

Agenda:

  • Useful software characteristics
  • Metrics of the testing process and how to present them
  • Documentation of requirements, design, testing, verification, traceability 
  • Demo of requirements and test case exchange between ALM and test tool 
  • Demo of requirements change-based testing

Speakers:
Jaikumar Daniel is part of the Siemens PLM Software Professional Services Team. He supports customers to gain broad knowledge about the tool and to implement ALM software. Prior to joining Siemens PLM Software Daniel has worked in Startups and Multi National Companies like Cognizant Technology Solutions. Daniel holds a Masters degree in Software Engineering from Vellore Institute of Technology in Vellore, India and also holds a MBA from HTW Berlin, Germany.

Ingo Nickles works as a field application engineer at the company Vector Software and is responsible for customer and project support. He has over 20 years of experience in software development, system design and software testing and agile.

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