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.
With so many digital models in use, how do the systems developers keep them consistent and use them together effectively?
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.
Forward-thinking minds like Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk have all warned about the consequences of AI, and it’s worth wondering about its coming application in an industry as crucial to human survival as healthcare.
Any cybersecurity expert will tell you it’s not a matter of if you will be hacked, but when. Healthcare organizations across the country are quickly learning the truth about that axiom.
Increasing product complexity is forcing all levels of organizations, across industries, to transform their development process or risk becoming relics.
At Jama Software, we’ve been working with innovative companies at the forefront of this endeavor. One of the common challenges we’ve seen is product and engineering leaders lacking visibility and critical insights into their product development process.
Jama Connect has never been more powerful for understanding your full product development lifecycle and proving you built the product you set out to build. Here are some highlights of its features and updates to help you hit your product launch target.