Archive for the ‘ALM and PLM’ Category

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10 months ago
 

On-Demand: Business Benefits of ALM-PLM Integration

Organizations have the ability to bridge the gap between application lifecycle management (ALM) and product lifecycle management (PLM) – with proper ALM-PLM integration providing immediate business implications.

ALM-PLM integration provides the following benefits: Visibility across all assets, accurately link firmware with hardware, and collaboration and traceability of assets throughout all lifecycle phases. Engineers will not be overwhelmed by irrelevant data, as they are able to work in a domain familiar to them. Visit the ALM-PLM page by clicking here.

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11 months ago
 

Unified ALM-PLM: Helping Break Down Development Silos

The successful adoption of application lifecycle management (ALM) [Polarion ALM] and product lifecycle management (PLM) has given Siemens the last major piece to its “systems-driven product development environment” – as IoT leads to even more connected medical devices, cars, factories, and other emerging solutions.

The parallel silos formed around ALM and PLM solutions have come crashing down with better supported ALM-PLM integration. In the past, we discussed a unified ALM-PLM roadmap with a future vision, strategy, and steps toward success.

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12 months ago
 

ALM-PLM: Breaking Barriers in Software, Hardware Development

The adoption of software is a new complexity that is forcing many organizations straight into a sink or swim scenario, as it’s an emerging experience for manufacturers. Industries don’t have a choice, as they must navigate these new challenges, or risk being left behind by competitors.

In the past, it wasn’t uncommon that management of product development and software development processes were siloed away from one another.


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12 months ago
 

Software Eating The World: Is Your Organization Ready?

During Polarion Kick Off 2016, there were numerous references to the realization that “software is eating the world.” It’s true that the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 (I4.0) are disruptive, as customers look for ways to safely adopt IoT.

The application lifecycle management (ALM) [Polarion ALM] and product lifecycle management (PLM) processes are no longer siloed away from one another, with ALM-PLM helping bridge the gap for managing physical components – and the software needed to help create and deliver products.

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1 year ago
 

Webinar: Learn More About What’s New with Polarion 2016

If you want to learn more about some of the great new features in Polarion 2016, Jiri Walek, our VP of product management, will host two webinars on Thursday, April 21.

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1 year ago
 

What You Can Learn From Peyton Manning to Accelerate Your Software Development

At first glance, you likely may not notice many parallels between software development and dodging 300-pound men trying to tackle you. A closer look, however, reveals common elements between what Peyton Manning accomplishes for the Denver Broncos and what you can do to improve your software development.

The San Francisco Bay Area, from San Francisco to San Jose, is enchanted by Super Bowl 50 this Sunday – and the Polarion office in Alameda is no different, as we look ahead to Super Sunday. Before we jump into that, however, let’s take a brief look back at how the Broncos topped the Patriots. (more…)

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1 year ago
 

Polarion Software Helps Athletes Perform: Success Story

Biotechnology company Cercacor found Polarion Software to be the ideal “solution” for helping internal teams, with Cercacor choosing both Polarion ALM and Polarion QA to accelerate its business needs.

Cercacor looked for a more efficient way to create and manage QA activities. The quality assurance group previously used spreadsheets and documents for testing activities, but there was a need for a central repository, more transparency, and traceability. Using Polarion QA allowed for the team to avoid largely needing to alter internal processes, in addition to being able to track testing activity workflow.

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1 year ago
 

ALM-PLM: Siemens Invests in Future of ALM Market by Acquiring Polarion Software

As most of you know, Polarion Software is a global world ALM leader and creator of the first 100% browser-based ALM in 2005, Polarion was also the first unified application lifecycle management (ALM) solution delivered to the market as a commercial-off-the-shelf-software (COTS) solution.

Continuing with this thought leadership, we extended our solution and delivered a successful integration of ALM with Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions to create a cohesive systems development solution for our customers.

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2 years ago
 

ALM–PLM integration: Why it matters for multi-domain engineering (Part 2 of 2)

By special arrangement with OVUM Analysts, we’re pleased to present this second of a 2-part blog series with the full content of a new whitepaper by OVUM Principal Analyst Michael Azoff on Polarion ALM and its integration with Siemens Teamcenter. At the conclusion of the series you will be able to download it a free PDF of the entire whitepaper. (Read Part 1) (more…)

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2 years ago
 

Modern Realities – Options, Variations, and Choices (Part 3 of 3)

You may have seen the terms flitting around the internet: variants, variant management, product line engineering (PLE). You may have read that they represent an onrushing trend in product development. You may be wondering “just what is all this and how is it going to affect our business”. In this series based on a new whitepaper from Polarion Software, we’re going to try to answer these questions and others.

In Part 1 “Variety is the Spice of Life” we talked about some of the drivers behind the trend of demand for variation and customization. Part 2 “Tactical Approaches” discussed ways to approach handling of variation. In this third and final part we’ll have a look into the concepts of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Product Line Engineering (PLE), and show you some solutions that are available right now, today, to help you meet the rising demand for variation and customization of your company’s products.
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