SourceIQ and CollabNet Webinar "Finding Gold with Analytics: 5 Key Metrics for Successful Software Development"

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Seminar to Focus on the Reporting Needs of Executives, Managers, and Teams, to be held on Wednesday, July 22, 2009 at 10:00 am (Pacific Time)

Companies using the CollabNet platform already possess a wealth of information about their software development activities upon which these metrics may be generated. With SourceIQ, managers are now able to make more accurate and timely decisions based on the data contained in their existing CollabNet systems.

SourceIQ, provider of the industry's premier development governance platform, today announced with CollabNet, the leader in application lifecycle management (ALM) platforms for distributed software development teams, a web seminar on unlocking key metrics for successful software development.

This web seminar will focus on practical approaches for increasing efficiency and software quality in development projects. It will demonstrate how development organizations using CollabNet products can derive 5 key metrics from the data already available in Subversion and TeamForge to answer fundamental questions that drive successful software development. Questions include:

  • Are we on track for delivery by our target date? If not, how can we shift resources?
  • Are we compliant with company and industry standards?
  • Given limited time and resources, where should QA focus their efforts?
  • How can Development improve delivery, transparency, and communication with business stakeholders?
  • How can we obtain superior price and performance from development partners and outsourced teams?

"Due to the increased internal and external pressures placed on today's software development organizations, managers are being asked to measure the efficiency of their processes and personnel and the quality of their product based on objective analytics," said Charles Hubbard, Vice President of Marketing, SourceIQ. "Companies using the CollabNet platform already possess a wealth of information about their software development activities upon which these metrics may be generated. With SourceIQ, managers are now able to make more accurate and timely decisions based on the data contained in their existing CollabNet systems."

This webinar is open to all attendees. To register for this webinar, please click here.

CollabNet provides the industry's most open ALM platform, supporting every environment, methodology, and technology. With an integrated suite of easy-to-use tools that share a centralized repository, it is the only ALM platform that enables a culture of collaboration, substantially reducing the cost of software development. As the corporate sponsor of the open source Subversion project, the best version control and software configuration management (SCM) solution for distributed teams, collaborative development is in CollabNet's DNA. Millions of users at more than 800 organizations, including Applied Biosystems, Capgemini, Deutsche Bank, Oracle, Reuters, and the U.S. Department of Defense, have transformed the way they develop software with CollabNet. More information about CollabNet and its products is available at http://www.collab.net.

About SourceIQ

SourceIQ is an independent software vendor (ISV) with headquarters in Portsmouth, NH. SourceIQ Enterprise Server provides an integrated, consistent view of software projects across the enterprise, giving managers the metrics and analytics required for governance and global teams. SourceIQ automatically analyzes the artifacts in code management systems, producing a repository of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in four critical areas: code quality, code volume and volatility, team contribution, and governance. Visit SourceIQ at http://www.sourceiq.com. For more information about development governance solutions, email info(at)sourceiq(dot)com.

Copyright © 2009 SourceIQ, Inc. SourceIQ Enterprise Server is a registered trademark of SourceIQ, Inc. All rights reserved. All other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

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