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3 years ago
 

Polarion Partner Leverages Outsourcing Explosion in Emerging Markets

by Manuel Ramirez and Michael Carey

Globally dispersed engineering project teams with members in developed and emerging markets is the new norm, and the demand for ALM solution expertise and consulting services to efficiently service globally dispersed work teams is exploding.

Polarion’s unique architecture and flexible delivery models ensure that everyone on the team, regardless of geography, collaborates with same data , same tools, and the same understanding of tasks, priorities, and status. This creates opportunity for Polarion service partners, enabling them to efficiently deliver ALM solutions at competitive prices to markets and geographies that have not traditionally been serviced.

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3 years ago
 

When your Excel sheets don’t cut it for BIG data testing

If your software testing team is feeling the squeeze of today’s BIG data, and tools like Excel® aren’t helping you keep up, our upcoming webinar can help you jump-start plans to cope. (more…)

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3 years ago
 

Current Career Opportunities: Czech Republic

Polarion Software currently has a number of career opportunities in software engineering in our R&D lab facility in Prague, Czech Republic. Positions include:
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4 years ago
 

Job: Trainer and Consultant for Subversion/Polarion (Germany)

Polarion Software currently seeks a trainer/consultant with deep Subversion expertise to help our customers implement SVN-based Polarion solutions in existing environments.
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4 years ago
 

Current Career Opportunities – USA

Polarion Software currently has a number of career opportunities in several U.S. states including California (Bay area), Michigan, Ohio, and Massachusetts:

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4 years ago
 

Safety programming and distributed development required by ISO 26262 (Part 4)

By Takao Futagami, TOYO Corporation

Part 4: Some Final Thoughts

I hope you have found the information in this series of posts useful. Please feel free to leave a comment. I will finish up the series with two sections from the Appendix of the paper on which the series is based.
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4 years ago
 

Job: Software Consulting Engineer (USA)

Polarion Software currently has several career opportunities for Software Consulting Engineers to work with the U.S. team in the San Francisco Bay area.
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4 years ago
 

Happy International Standards Day

Today is one of those “days” that can sneak up on you if you’re not careful: International Standards Day.

“International standards represent the consensus view of the world’s leading experts in industry sectors ranging from energy utilities and energy efficiency to transportation, management systems, climate change, healthcare, safety and information and communication technology (ICT).”

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4 years ago
 

Safety programming and distributed development required by ISO 26262 (Part 3)

By Takao Futagami, TOYO Corporation

TOYO Corporation

Distributed development brings better outcome

The development scale for an instrument like REINA-11 (discussed in Part 2) is small, and the specifications are simple – you could imagine this more easily if I say, the development scale is equal to that of a small-scale body ECU. So, in the design stage, you can achieve a sufficient ASIL if you carry out appropriate state analysis and actual time modeling using three fundamentals RateMonotonicActivation, ReactionByEvent and RunToCompletion.
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7 years ago
 

Polarion Customers achieve FDA CFR 21 Part 11 compliance

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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is similar to many organizations embracing software to automate while forced to maintain legacy processes. FDA ruling 21 CFR Part 11 specifies how electronic records and electronic signatures can be used as a substitute for paper records and handwritten signatures. It is directly applicable to Polarion customers involved with developing and manufacturing pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and research and testing thereof. Here we describe in detail the most challenging requirements of the FDA regulation and how our customers achieve compliance using Polarion without having to remodel or upset their organization’s process, or methods.
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