Introducing Jama Connect for Airborne Systems, built to facilitate digital engineering and accelerates time-to-market in the development of aircraft systems
In this post, we discuss the expected benefits of digital engineering, including better-informed decision making, increased understanding of and confidence in the system design, and a more efficient engineering process.
Editor’s Note: This post about moving beyond legacy systems for requirements management was originally published here on DevOps.com May 12, 2020, and was written by Josh Turpin, Chief Product Officer at Jama Software. We’re always proud to share great thought leadership and this informative post from one of our own is no exception! Getting Past […]
TrustRadius Names Jama Connect™ a 2020 Top-Rated Application Lifecycle Management Platform We are so happy to share that Jama Software has been recognized as a leader among application lifecycle management (ALM) tools for the second year in a row. “We are honored to have received this recognition by TrustRadius. We have the largest team […]
Testing manually can lead to the introduction of errors, inconsistencies in code analysis, delays in project timelines, and recalls or safety standard compliance failure
Today’s move-fast-get-it-to-market-yesterday product development culture puts a lot of pressure on companies to innovate quickly, but creating a safety-first culture can save you from product recalls and failure.
The next generation of product development and disruptive technologies that used to remain in isolated industries are now crossing boundaries.
SITA identified a need for a modern requirements management solution for its Border Management portfolio to help its distributed teams facilitate better team collaboration around requirements.
You’ll gain more confidence that your recently-released products avoid recalls, fines, or worse if you perform failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) as part of your risk management.
Poorly-written requirements can cause a lot of problems in software development, and sometimes the symptoms can be traced back to requirements gathering.