Seapine Software, a leading provider of application lifecycle management solutions, is partnering with Forrester Research for an upcoming webinar, “Maximizing Requirements Value Throughout the Product Lifecycle.”
What: “Maximizing Requirements Value Throughout the Product Lifecycle ” webinar
Date: Thursday, April 26, 2012
Time: 10 a.m. PT/ 1 p.m. ET
Who: Tom Grant, Ph.D., Senior Analyst at Forrester Research; Jeff Amfahr, Director of Product Management at Seapine Software
This webinar focuses on how successful organizations are increasing their investment in requirements as part of their product development strategy. This increased focus gives all stakeholders a common vision of what is being built and who the customer is. Without that common vision even the best teams risk writing incorrect tests, focusing on wrong design elements, or moving inappropriate items to the top of the backlog.
Join us for this live event featuring Tom Grant, Ph.D., Senior Analyst at independent research firm Forrester Research, and Jeff Amfahr, Director of Product Management at Seapine Software. They will provide insight into the evolving role of requirements in the product development lifecycle, highlighting:
By attending this live event, you will learn the value of using requirements for more than just product feature guidelines.
For more information and registration: http://www.seapine.com/webinar_maximizerequirementsvalue.php
With over 8,500 customers worldwide, Seapine Software, Inc. is the leading provider of quality-centric product development solutions. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, with offices in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Africa, Seapine’s development tools help organizations of all sizes streamline communication, improve traceability, achieve compliance, and deliver quality products.Business Wire
Last updated on: 11/04/2012
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