Software is the enabling driver for the Internet of Things (IoT), but organizations are at risk while creating, maintaining, and enabling products for IoT. 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 useful information about Polarion solutions and Polarion extensions.
Today we will discuss the subject of Polarion’s RiskPack extension, and have a look at RiskPack Data Types.
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.
Selecting the right software for your organization is a difficult task with a number of considerations that must be addressed. Cloud-based business management firm NetSuite selected Polarion QA as “the clear winner” after evaluating around 30 different testing management systems.
NetSuite required an easy-to-use and customizable solution supporting a central repository for test cases, workflow to help structure testing, and support for visibility across projects. There are over 170 NetSuite employees currently using Polarion QA, with teams spread across the world. An extended roll-out to additional offices is expected by NetSuite.
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It still surprises me when I come across someone still relying on spreadsheets to manage their software testing projects.
I completely understand the attraction: it’s simple to use and relatively cheap. However, the key question to ask, “Do those reasons outweigh the negatives of using a spreadsheet for managing your key testing artifacts?”
At Polarion Software, we enjoy listening to your comments and feedback.
On behalf of Polarion Software, it’s with great excitement I’d like to invite you to visit the new website that recently underwent a major overhaul, and we hope you enjoy the new look and feel. Read the rest of this entry »
Polarion QA allows you to build and maintain traceability from requirements through test verification to code, while leveraging your Test Plans, Test Cases and Test Runs for maximum reuse, collaboration, and reporting.
The use of Polarion QA provides a powerful unified platform to coordinate all your all testing activities. Customers appreciate the central repository for Test Cases and other work items other resources, providing visibility across projects, easier customization, ready to use templates, and workflow to aid structure testing. Read the rest of this entry »
At Polarion Software, we pride ourselves on working closely with our partners and customers, providing the best solutions to meet your needs. It’s a symbiotic relationship that we take great care in nurturing, in order to provide you with the greatest Requirements Management, QA, and ALM software to perform your daily operations in an effective manner.
Polarion Software will be exhibiting during Product Innovation Boston 2015 conference and expo later this month. PI Boston takes place on Nov. 17 and 18, and will be located at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.
During the show, we’ll be discussing our unified platform for Requirements Management, Test Case Management, Variant Management, and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) – and how we help organizations to bring innovative solutions and products to market faster with increased quality and efficiencies. Read the rest of this entry »
A few weeks ago I wrote about the upcoming Medconf medical conference in Germany. Teamed up with Sven Wittorf, one of our partners from Medsoto, we were able to offer an exciting presentation. It’s always a great opportunity to work with our valued partners to help share knowledge with conference attendees.
Our presentation was about typical collaboration issues companies might have when developing medical software while working with subcontractors. Sven listed these points and my contribution was to convince attendees how using Polarion’s solutions could help improve collaboration.
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