Polarion Users To Share Insights, Hear From Forrester, Siemens PLM and More

By marc.detmers

Each year we bring users of our Polarion solutions together for an advance look into what’s new in the works from our stellar R&D team, and to share ideas, best practices, and custom solutions. Attendees come from a wide range of industries around the globe including medical devices, automotive engineering, embedded systems, automation, and telecommunications.

Schlossplatz, Stuttgart Germany, at nightThis year, Polarion Live takes place in Stuttgart, Germany, on Monday and Tuesday next week (14-15 October, 2014). Highlights include a networking event the evening before the conference kicks off, where attendees can meet and get to know Polarion experts and each other, as well as gain insight into exciting new topics and trends… all in a relaxed informal atmosphere.

The conference starts out on Tuesday with not one but two keynotes. The first is by Principal Analyst Diego Lo Giudice from Forrester Research, Inc. who will speak on the topic Agile Requirements and Testing Best Practices for Continuous Software Delivery.

The second keynote is co-presented by Pascal Vera, Teamcenter Mechatronics Product Management, Siemens PLM Software, and Stefano Rizzo, SVP Strategy and Business Development, Polarion Software on the integration of ALM and PLM… a very hot topic these days.You can get a flavor of what Pascal will speak about in this blog article posted by him yesterday: Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and PLM Integration: Ending a Long-time Debate?

If you would like to attend the event you can still…


We realize that not everyone who would like to can attend, so watch for blog updates posted during and after the conference with more details on these exciting keynotes as well as other planned sessions… and you can also follow our Twitter feed throughout the event.

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