Welcome to another post from the Polarion Technical Support Team. From time to time we face challenging situations when the solution of the problem is not obvious at first glance and some research around is necessary. Let me share with you one such case that we successfully resolved. Read the rest of this entry »
The promise of the convergence between ALM and PLM, long demanded by enterprise customers and touted for its tremendous potential by industry analysts, has finally arrived with the Integration of Polarion ALM and Siemens Teamcenter.
A first showcase of two real-life use cases focused on Requirements Integration and Change Orchestration, including workflow demonstrations, will be presented during the Wednesday Keynote at Siemens PLM Connection in Dallas, TX, May 18-21.
In addition, the power of the integration will also be demonstrated in three sessions by Stefano Rizzo, SVP Strategy at Polarion Software. Those demonstrations will also include an integration between Polarion ALM and Electric Cloud, which enables Siemens PLM users to tap into the Continuous Delivery functionality provided by Electric Cloud via Polarion ALM.
- Mon May 18 @3:15pm CDT: HW/SW Co-design and Verification
- Tue May 19 @2:30pm CDT: Design Management Overview & What’s New in Software Data Management
- Thur May 21 @3:54pm CDT: Strategic PLM-ALM Integration for Embedded Systems
Fully synchronized interaction near-real-time between Polarion ALM and Siemens Teamcenter users, and by extension access to Continuous Delivery functionality,, is now a reality via a window into the collaborators’ respective tools, while the domain experts can remain in their familiar environments.
As a result, the integration brings Software Engineers in the loop with their Electrical and Mechanical counterparts, delivering unprecedented productivity gains.
Project managers… listen up. Here’s something that can keep your developers both productive and happy. Facts of life: managers love solutions like Polarion because it automatically tracks and delivers critical information managers need, not to mention traceability, collaboration, compliance and other good stuff. On the other hand, developers tend to resist such solutions because they seem like a distraction. Developers value focus and flow, and their tools. This month’s featured Polarion extension is designed to leverage the benefits of the Polarion platform with a popular developer tool: Tortoise SVN. Read the rest of this entry »
Welcome back to Morris Medical Monthly: a monthly series for medical device development companies (and companies who are related to such companies), providing some useful information about Polarion solutions and Polarion extensions.
Today we will start on the subject of Polarion’s RiskPack extension, and have a look into RiskPack’s Basics.
As every year, we recently conducted our annual KickOff Conference for Employees, Partners and Key Customers, where we celebrated our annual General Availability (GA) release of the latest rendition of our solutions suite.
We are all excited about the latest release, especially in light of just having closed yet another “Best Year Yet” with 50% growth year-over-year, which puts us in a great position to further accelerate our growth with new market-leading functionality and market-expanding partnerships this year. Read the rest of this entry »
April 26th was Day 1. I began from New Hampshire, the home of my six-month-old granddaughter and the last resting place of my bike from last year. My first stop was Connecticut for a UTC Aerospace Systems Executive Briefing, which was very insightful.
LIVE Stream: Thought Leader Briefing for Automotive Executives on Product Line Engineering Best Practices
Coming next week: your chance to hear industry experts from Forrester Research, Danlaw, Method Park, and more streaming live from Detroit USA about the challenges and opportunities of leveraging ALM-PLM, Continuous Delivery, Agile Practices, and an innovative approach to Variant Management to effectively deliver Mass Customization.
DATE: Thursday May 7 2015 – Sessions start at 08:00 US Eastern (-0400 UTC)
More details on the sign-up page.
If you can’t make the live stream, do sign up anyway and we’ll send you a link to the recorded stream as soon as it’s available.
The recent release of Polarion Version 2015 introduced a new feature called LiveReport Pages. This new type of page allows Polarion users to create online information and develop reports visually, using predefined “widgets”. The initial widget catalog has a full SDK documentation how the widgets can be implemented to support even more use cases which can be addressed using these widgets. If you haven’t seen the new Pages and widgets, you can look into the demo projects included with Polarion 2015, where some of the reports are now implemented with the new technology.
You might be interested to know that barely 1 month after our newest release was published, we already have 3 additional widgets available through the Polarion Extensions portal. All of them are incorporate well-known functionality from our classic wiki pages, but it’s now usable by non-coders as widgets – which is why they were introduced. Read the rest of this entry »
Medical device product development work is a highly integrated, and regulated process. Implementation of a requirements tracking solution requires attention to a variety of nuanced topics. In this 3-part series, we present a practical approach derived from real-world experience developing medical devices using Polarion solutions. In this third and final installment, we look into Document Definition. Read the rest of this entry »
The convergence of ALM and PLM is no longer just a vision of the future. We’re excited to announce the first release of an integration of Polarion ALM with Siemens Teamcenter.
Close collaboration between Siemens PLM and Polarion Software R&D teams has delivered the first generally available PLM-ALM integration piece that addresses major use cases highly demanded by industry today.
Intense interaction with Polarion ALM and Siemens Teamcenter users, who use the respective solutions in their daily development of Automotive, Aerospace, Electronic, Medical, Industrial and Mechanical devices, helped the R&D teams to define, refine and specify the key use cases to address in this first release.