Poorly-written requirements can cause a lot of problems in software development, and sometimes the symptoms can be traced back to requirements gathering.
Devices recalled nationwide are typically taken to task for usability issues that could have been prevented with proper usability testing throughout a product’s development lifecycle.
While connected medical devices provide opportunities for instantaneous results and early intervention, they’re also more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Improving your risk management process means safer products. In many cases, it can also give your overall business a boost that impacts efficiency, collaboration, and innovation.
Earlier this year, we introduced Jama Connect™ Risk Management Center for medical device developers, and now we’re excited to announce that we’re opening it up to all our customers working within regulated industries with the introduction of FMEA templates.
Prominent research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan recently observed the product development landscape and its relationship to risk. The output is a recently-released brief, “Safeguarding Regulated Products Amidst Growing Complexity,” that spotlights Jama Connect™ as a remedy for ineffective risk analysis in product development.
“The biggest benefit for us is the efficiency in completing and gaining agreement on requirements and testing procedures.”
Compliance standards that involve relatively new functional safety elements, will likely add additional requirements to the development process.
Close gaps in product development with Jama Connect™ and LDRA Interested in closing gaps in your product development lifecycle? It’s no secret that developers of mission-critical software are facing increasingly complex system requirements and stringent standards for safety and efficacy. That’s why Jama Software has partnered with LDRA to deliver a test validation and verification […]
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