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Polarion 2010-SR1 now available

Polarion 2010-SR1 now available

Service Release 1 (SR-1) for Polarion 2010 is now available. The release delivers some new features and significant improvements in additions to bug fixes and general improvements:

Polarion insta…

MS Office Word Importer for Polarion – how to

MS Office Word Importer for Polarion – how to

Introduction

Objective and Target User
How this works
Prerequisites

Preparation

Download the MS Word Importer extension
Install Java on the machine that runs Importer
Prepa…

We care about usability

We care about usability

At Polarion Software, we believe that excellent usability in our products is essential for satisfaction of our users. Usability plays a crucial role in our development process. Beginning with user …

Give your boss $10,000

Give your boss $10,000

What would your boss say if you handed over $10,000 worth of Polarion licenses? Would you get to keep the spiffy new Apple iPad that goes with it? You’ll never know unless you enter the

Win an A…

New integration platform for Polarion ALM

New integration platform for Polarion ALM

If you need to migrate or integrate existing (legacy) tools to ensure a successful, cost effective and seamless rollout with user acceptance, or exchange data with external partners in order to fulfi…

Polarion 2010 – the most advanced Polarion ever!

Polarion 2010 – the most advanced Polarion ever!

It’s a brand new year, and Polarion Software is excited to announce the release of a brand new Polarion: Polarion 2010. This release delivers many new features that customers have asked for. We’ll te…

A little Requirements humor to start the new year

A little Requirements humor to start the new year

Courtesy of United Features Syndicate

You might avoid this kind of situation (or at least deal with it better!) after a look into last November’s Managing RequirementsYour Way series – or you can…

Season's Greetings from the Polarion Team!

Season's Greetings from the Polarion Team!

Managing Requirements Your Way (Part 5 of 5)

Managing Requirements Your Way (Part 5 of 5)

In this last post of the series, I will give you an overview of some basic concepts that are part of our own Requirements Management process at Polarion Software. This is not a process, it is just a …