Participants will also learn how companies have used effective requirements management to raise their automotive partnership level.
WARRENDALE, Pa. (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
A new on-demand presentation from SAE International and sponsored by IBM will explore why requirements management is a vital part of any product development lifecycle.
“Unlock the Value of Collaboration with Requirements Management: Increase Revenue and Gain a Competitive Advantage” is a free, 20-minute, on-demand presentation that will show how you can make sure all requirements are covered by test cases to ensure continuous verification and how you can react quickly to “requirements creep” or requirements changes in a timely manner. Participants will also learn how companies have used effective requirements management to raise their automotive partnership level. A Q&A session also will be included.
Lead speaker will be:
- Adrian Whitfield – Mr. Whitfield received an honor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering at Brunel University in 1990. He spent five years working in Systems Engineering at G.E.C Marconi Radar before joining Telelogic (formerly I-Logix Inc.) as a Technical Consultant, where he has delivered consulting, mentoring, and training to a number of aerospace and defense companies including long-term engagements with Boeing and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Currently he is an Industry Offering Manager with IBM Rational (who acquired Telelogic) where he leads teams to develop solutions to satisfy customer needs within the aerospace, defense, automotive, and rail industries.
Moderator will be Lisa Arrigo, Custom Electronic Products Editor, SAE International.
To learn more about “Unlock the Value of Collaboration with Requirements Management: Increase Revenue and Gain a Competitive Advantage,” click here.
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