ALM Panel Discussion Opportunities at PTC Live Global
We are currently recruiting Integrity customers to participate in the following panel discussions at our PTC Live Global user conference, June 16-18 in Boston . If interested, please drop a line to -. All panel participants will receive complementary admission to the event. Many thanks.
Panel Discussion: Requirements Engineering for Manufacturers
How are manufacturers capturing, prioritizing and validating the voice of the customer throughout the product development process? Manufacturers face unique challenges in the domain of requirements engineering, including the explosive growth of product variants, the growing complexity of smart connected products, the challenges of managing global and distributed teams, and ever-evolving regulatory requirements. This panel discussion will explore the latest best practices that leaders are using to rise above these challenges and deliver the right products to the right market.
Panel Discussion: ALM Deployment Tips and Tricks
The roll-out of any enterprise solution is challenging. When that solution impacts multiple teams, processes and practices, the challenges only multiply. This panel discussion will explore the deployment approaches used to enable business and technology transformation in manufacturing organizations. How were pilot projects chosen? Was there an attempt to capture before/after metrics, and if so, how were those metrics defined? How did you staff and evaluate the pilot? How did the pilot inform enterprise-rollouts? And if you had to do something differently, what would it be? Attend this session to learn the tips and tricks of rolling out ALM enterprise deployments.
Panel Discussion: The ALM of Safety-Critical Software
Manufacturers of safety-critical software face all the complexities of software-intensive product development PLUS stringent regulatory oversight. Products must conform to multiple, overlapping standards created by different regulatory bodies. Regulations and standards are continuously evolving, requiring continuous fine-tuning of regulatory response. And often both the output (software) and process used to deliver that software is subject to oversight. How are leading manufacturers adapting to these challenges in their requirements, validation, and software development processes? This panel discussion, moderated by Director of Product Management Ryan Lloyd, will seek to understand process norms, commonalities and differences in real world safety-critical product development environments.