Webinar: Accelerating Collaboration across the Systems-Development Lifecycle
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 13 June, 2011 – The rapid growth of software in products and systems demands collaboration and workflow integration between systems engineers and software developers. To find out how to implement best collaboration practices, attend this free hour-long webinar on 29 June.
“Accelerating Collaboration across the Systems-Development Lifecycle” will take place at 9 a.m. PDT/ 12 p.m. EDT/ 16:00 GMT. To register, visit http://computer.org/webinars/06292011.
The webinar will feature Sue Green, Rational GTM systems solutions manager; Andrew Foster, systems engineer and IBM lead on S&SE solutions; and Adrian Whitfield, industry expert and lead for S&SE solutions for the aerospace, defense, and auto industries.
Implementing best practices that span and unite systems engineering and embedded software development have made a difference. Real-time process support–customized to meet business needs–can increase the consistency, robustness, and efficiency of the product development cycle. This helps to reduce development costs, and improve both product quality and time to market, according to the presenters.
During the webinar, the presenters will discuss:
- Key challenges to address to stay competitive in product development and delivery;
- The need for process support in developing complex products; and
- How to support processes, workflows, and best practices.
The webinar is intended for systems engineers, architects, requirements engineers, software engineers and developers, hardware engineers, quality managers, program and project managers, directors and vice presidents of engineering, and CTOs working at product-development companies in the automotive, electronics, aerospace and defense, energy, and telecom industries.
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