Business users don’t know what they want—or need—until they can see it and interact with it. Joint Application Modeling allows users to experience their project vision right from the start.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 15, 2010
OneSpring LLC, the authority on software requirements definition, today announced it has received trademark registration certificates from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for Joint Application Modeling®, its novel approach to defining software projects.
“The fundamental problem with gathering and documenting business requirements for software is the clarity problem,” said Scott McDowell, Managing Partner of OneSpring. “Business users don’t know what they want—or need—until they can see it and interact with it. Joint Application Modeling allows users to experience their project vision right from the start.”
During a Joint Application Modeling session, stakeholders watch their software requirements come to life. They experience the software before the development team writes a single line of code. At the end of the JAM Session™ the participants share a common vision that can’t be achieved using traditional methods.
Joint Application Modeling® has been employed on a wide range of projects from mainframe interfaces to mobile applications for clients that include Fortune 500 companies and large federal government agencies. OneSpring’s unique approach combines specialized disciplines and visualization techniques in real-time sessions to accelerate the common understanding of all aspects of a project, from its purpose to its deliverables.
OneSpring is the first true requirements agency and helps companies to better define their software projects leveraging a user-centered design approach. The OneSpring Stream Process™ is a revolutionary method for eliciting, modeling, and defining requirements for projects ranging from mainframe to web to mobile applications. For more information, visit http://www.onespring.net.
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