Leveraging Traceability in Your Risk Management Strategy
Identifying, managing, mitigating, analyzing, and tracing risk is recommended for medical device development by ISO 14971 and the FDA. But how do you ensure risk is visible throughout your development cycle? Traceability is one way you can easily expose these risk artifacts as part of your overall risk strategy.
Gaining More than FDA Compliance Through Traceability
The FDA and other international standards encourage life sciences organizations to adopt strong traceability practices to help with compliance. Once you learn how to capture key data and create reusable, traceable requirements, what does your organization gain beyond compliance?
Leveraging Reusability and Traceability in Product Development
The challenge with any life sciences R&D project is how to get FDA approval without wasting time, money, and resources. You need an integrated framework that enforces how key data is captured, helps you create verifiable requirements, and ensures elements in a requirement or test case can be reused. Please join Seapine Software and guest speaker David Vogel, founder and president of Intertech Engineering Associates, to learn best practices for creating verifiable, traceable requirements. David will share insightful tips to ensure you're creating requirements that capture key data for enabling traceability, reporting, and metrics for management. The webinar will also include a demonstration of how TestTrack supports streamlining better processes, data capture, reusability, and traceability in the requirements phase and a Q&A session.
Maximizing Requirements Value Throughout the Product Lifecycle
If application lifecycle management (ALM) is the mastery of the software value stream, then that stream starts with requirements. Requirements are the source of more than just a set of guidelines for what sort of product to build. They also provide a wealth of information critical to making the right decisions throughout the development and delivery process, and information that participants in this process need at every step along the way. In this webinar, we will look at how organizations are investing more in requirements as part of their product development strategy, and how they are leveraging greater value from the actionable and contextual information they provide.
Webinar Series: Using Calculated Fields in TestTrack
The possibilities are endless with TestTrack 2012's new calculated fields. You can now use your issue tracking data as a starting point to to calculate key metrics, compute risk scores, consolidate field values, and more! Join us for this three-part webinar series and learn how to get started with calculated fields and see real-world examples, including how to use workflow events in calculated field, how to calculate the time an item has been in its current workflow state, and how to calculate risk scores. Each 30-minute webinar will provide you with a deep dive on the topic being covered.
What's New in Seapine ALM 2012
Struggling with making Agile work on your large project team? Join us for this 60-minute webinar as Alan Bustamante, senior Agile consultant, discusses the people, process, and tools?what he calls "project support pillars"?that must be in harmony before you can successfully scale an enterprise Agile team. He'll also share common challenges in solidifying those pillars, and early warning signs that a project team is at risk of serious issues as it scales.
Automating Traceability and Documentation
Many life sciences organizations want to shorten development cycles, but find it impossible because of their existing documentation practices. These organizations are falling behind because documentation is driving their development and testing processes. To truly improve time-to-market and meet compliance requirements, companies must adopt tools that build traceability and other documentation as part of the team's daily work. This automated approach lets the team define, implement, and validate product requirements while the tool ensures good processes, linking, historical information, and documentation. Join us to learn how the right product development toolset will help you implement and validate effective design traceability for development.
Requirements and Agile: Keeping up with Change
Many Agile methodologies minimize the role of traditional requirements in application development, and rely on a combination of user stories and source code to document business and non-functional requirements. While this approach may reduce documentation overhead, it can leave gaps in a team's ability to validate a release prior to deployment. During this webinar, we'll show you how to bridge these gaps and reduce documentation needs while still maintaining a minimal level of more formal requirements for validation and traceability. You'll learn how to effectively use requirements with your existing user stories to maintain team agility, while improving your ability to validate features and more confidently push each release to your users.
Measuring Technical Debt with Load Testing
Every development project has technical debt that accumulates over time. This debt must typically be repaid?with interest?at some point in the development lifecycle. QA testers can contribute considerable value to the organization by using load testing tools to better quantify the effect of technical debt on users. Knowing how technical debt might affect users can help management decide if, or even when, debt should be addressed.
FDA Design Traceability Requirements for Device Development
Join us as John Avellanet, FDA and design compliance expert, provides best practices for incorporating traceability early, inexpensively, and compliantly in medical device development activities, clinical product development, and diagnostic software. You'll learn how you can avoid costly recalls and FDA enforcement by making your traceability practices more productive, without incurring expensive and time-consuming process overhead.
Learn Test-Driven Development at TDD 101
Want to learn how to improve software quality with test-driven development (TDD)? Need to write better unit tests or use TDD with your legacy codebase? TDD 101 offers three webinar-based classes to help you advance your TDD knowledge: Intro to Test-Driven Development, Writing Good Unit Tests, and Beginning Test-Driven Development in a Legacy System.
Take the Pain (and Weekends) Out of Test Case Management
As projects grow in scope, both testing complexity and demands on the testing team increase. Homegrown methods for managing those tests start letting you down. Even as you spend more time managing individual tests, it becomes clear that you've lost track of the larger picture?what the results of your testing mean for the quality of your software and the efficiency of your testing program. This webinar will help you determine if you've outgrown your current test case management methods, and get recommended next steps to improve team performance.
What's New in Seapine ALM 2011.1
The Seapine ALM 2011.1 release is right around the corner! This release includes many new customer-requested features, including even more Agile support and enhancements to help you better meet internal and industry standards and regulations. You'll want to tune in to this webinar to find out what's new and see demos of TestTrack, Surround SCM, and QA Wizard Pro.
Five Ways to Boost Enterprise Software Development Agility with Seapine ALM
Enterprise software development organizations are often constrained in adopting or scaling Agile practices by tools with limited quality and change management capabilities. These tools focus on strict Agile constructs, making it difficult for companies to meet existing quality and reporting needs without jeopardizing legacy projects. Attend this 60-minute technical webinar and demonstration to find out how an integrated solution like Seapine ALM combines Agile project management with quality-centric features that allow your organization to manage its own flavor of Agile.
Only the Agile Survive: Understanding the Business Case for Agile
As the economy slowly recovers from the recent recession, organizations are looking for ways to satisfy their customers within the boundaries of the "new normal," which is a reduced cost structure and increased pressure to deliver more, faster. Agile methods have proven to be an effective way to address these challenges. Learn more about what Agile is and isn't, why an organization should consider adopting Agile, and what changes to expect as a result of the transformation.
When Requirements Change: Delivering the Right Software with Requirements Traceability
This webinar explores the business needs for requirements traceability?a process that enables changes in one area to be effectively communicated to all other dependent areas of a project?and how traceability can be used to ensure that change is identified and tracked throughout the lifecycle. We'll discuss why requirements might change during the application development lifecycle, and how to ensure the team responds to those changes.
A Software Manager's Guide to Defining Testing for an Agile Age
This webinar explains how both testing and the role of testers change in an Agile development environment, and how managers can help testing teams adapt to those changes. The goal is to effectively integrate testing with development to create one cohesive team that consistently delivers quality software.