For Your Radar: ALM-PLM Integration- Why it Matters for Multi-Domain Engineering (Webinar- September 24)

By JustineB

WHO: Michael Azoff, Ovum Principal Analyst
Clara Cismaru, Polarion Software Product Manager

WHAT:  OVUM Analyst webinar “ALM-PLM Integration: Why it Matters for Multi-Domain Engineering”  (free)

WHEN: Thursday, September 17, 2015, at 11:30 a.m. EST

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The Large Hadron Collider is the largest, most expensive and powerful machine ever created by the human race. Yet, it’s estimated 50 million lines of code is only about half of what you would find in an average, modern high-end car.1 Once reserved for large projects, complicated software development on a large scale is now mainstream.

Along with software permeating a broader range of consumer devices, comes the growing demands on your development teams. Requirements can now be handled mechanically, electronically or by software. Of these possibilities, software is often chosen for it’s speed, flexibility, ease-of-updating and for being cost effective. Whether you are dealing with businesses or consumers, these advantages can affect your bottom line and keep you ahead of the competition.

As your complexities grow and change at a rapid pace, you need to manage your teams and have insight into the process. ALM is there to help you manage this constantly shifting volume of requirements, documentation, testing and more.

“The Next Level of Maturity” will be the integration of ALM and PLM. It is happening today as Industrial companies are becoming software companies. IoT is just one sign of this massive change to the landscape.

DATE: Thursday, September 17, 2015


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