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How to Write Good Requirements, Pt. I of III

Finding the requirements management sweet spot means being concise, specific and parametric, and answering the…

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Where is North Again?

Today’s product development environment can feel like navigating a ship at sea without a compass….

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Connecting People, Processes, and IoT Silicon with a Digital Thread

Chipmakers aren’t selling simple chips anymore; they are selling complete ecosystems that encompass software, development…

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The Hardest Thing NASA has Ever Done

For the past five years, the NASA’s Juno spacecraft has been on a journey that…

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[Video] The Future of Traceability, Pt. II

Traceability, interconnected data that helps you understand how the products you’re building are related, has a dynamic future…

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Can the Connected Airline Make Flying Fun?

As summer approaches, you might be planning a vacation. And If your plans involve flying…

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Seilevel Reports on the Best Requirements Management Tools for Business

Jama was recently part of Seilevel’s Requirements Management Tool Evaluation. As part of their webinar…

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Powering Possibilities

The possibilities being unlocked with new technology in automotive feels endless to me right now….

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Foundations for Modern Requirements Management

The NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, nestled amongst the global headquarters of Google,…

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Elearning: As easy as riding a bike. And now free

Jama’s Elearning covers the most commonly used aspects of the tool and provides context around…

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Customer Story: Plexus Medical Technologies

Few complex processes require more scrupulous attention to detail than taking a product from concept…

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Four Best Practices for Requirements Traceability

You’re responsible for the requirements traceability of your complex product. Do any of these scenarios…

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Harmonizing Development on a Diverse Line of Audio Equipment

Ranked by Time magazine as the best studio-headphones brand in the world, Shure manufactures audio equipment…

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Why Word and Excel Aren’t Enough For Managing Complex Requirements

Product development and delivery is more complex today. Modern products are multifaceted and multidisciplinary, with…

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It’s a Tough Job but Someone’s Gotta Do It, Pt. VI. How Jama Helps Systems Engineers

“Engineers are relatively good at logical decisions. The problem is with the assumptions. Testing the…

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Here’s why requirements management is making a resurgence

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The No. 4 Most Important Key to Delivering High-Value Products

Today’s post is the fourth of five key points to consider when designing and building…

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The No. 1 Most Important Key to Delivering High-Value Products

To stay competitive, innovative and profitable, companies need to execute product cycles on time, on…

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The Dirtiest Word in Business: Process

The saying is “let it flow,” not “let it trickle, churn or clog.” But the…

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Develop and Deliver Faster with Better Requirements

Most projects fail before the first line of code is written. Before the first miscommunication…

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