With the rush to transform, many organizations might overlook some unexpected hurdles and benefits when forging ahead.
Just as clearly defining requirements up front is a critical component of success, so too is having the ability to identify roadblocks that can introduce costly late-stage changes that could impact your delivery date and quality.
The dual forces of increasingly complex development projects and heightened expectations of quickly getting a safe and high-quality product to market have changed the way development teams must collaborate to meet these demands.
PLE provides a way to take full and ongoing advantage of the commonality shared across a product family, while efficiently and systematically managing the variation or differences.
By connecting information across your teams, you could eliminate unproductive meetings aimed at trying to get everyone up to speed and spend more time focusing on getting your product out to market quickly.
Since so many engineering errors originate with poorly written requirements, it’s important to fix them at the source. And that can be easily done by just adding a little bit more detail to your requirements with MathType.
Without clearly defining requirements, companies risk creating incomplete or defective products.
IT and business leaders are doing more than just talking about digital transformation. Many are making huge investments in related technologies this year, according to a new report.
With so many organizations undergoing massive transformations — spurred by the growing complexity of products that combine hardware with sophisticated software — the choices being made today around how to proceed will have ramifications for years.
Few roles are more critical to your bottom line than developers. That’s why it’s important to measure and optimize their contributions with an eye for continuous improvement.