Upcoming Live Webinars:
BA Effectiveness through Social Traceability & Collaboration
Product Delivery >
Forrester Analyst Kurt Bittner presents the challenges and trends that are making product delivery responsive, iterative and collaborative.
Keep everyone in sync and deliver complex projects successfully from initial requirements through to testing.
Tom Grant from Forrester Research, Inc. addresses the hidden challenges of product delivery.
Kurt Bittner from Forrester Research, Inc. discusses way to out-innovate competitors and speed development time.
See how Jama Software can help ensure success for government projects.
Learn why you should migrate to Jama from IBM DOORS.
iiBA Vendor Showcase >
Learn how Jama can help your team elicit and capture requirements.
Test Management >
Learn how collaboration and effective test management can improve your product development lifecycle.
3 Little Known Best Practices >
Karl Wiegers provides real-world insight into the three little known best practices of requirements management.
Fantasy or Feasible? >
Learn from Karl Wiegers how reuse can be used to speed business innovation, reduce risk and control costs.
Tired of out of date specs, rework and duplication of efforts? Jama can change the way your team delivers products.
Learn how to improve your requirements and save time by collaborating more efficiently while staying in control of your project.
Learn the challenges faced by Business Analysts when working in an Agile development environment, as well as the key ideals of Agile.
Learn how to use tools, language, process, and Sociocracy to improve and expand Agile practices in an organization.
Learn how you can save time, build better products more efficiently and at lower cost by applying social collaboration tools to your lifecycle.
Traceability & Collaboration >
Learn how traceability can enable quicker, more informed decisions by managing collaboration and providing context.
Ensure your team has visability and context to effectively define, build, test and iterate on projects.
What’s the business value for “social,” especially for product development?