Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2015
XBOSoft's CEO Phil Lew and Jay Philips (CEO & President, Project Realms, Inc.) run through the top data points software developers and testers should be measuring in their Agile Workflow. The webinar will show what to track, when and how often, and most importantly – why.
Many believe that metrics are useless, but unless you measure, how can you systematically improve or know how you are doing? XBOSoft's top 10 Metrics reveal the most fundamental data points Agile methodology requires to work effectively, and will put software testers on the highly targeted path to successful implementation of their Agile processes.
Join XBOSoft and Jay Philips on February 5th at 9am PST by registering your details: http://xbosoft.com/event/webinar-top-agile-metrics/
Jay Philips is the CEO & President of Project Realms, Inc., an IT consulting firm focusing on software quality. Project Realms was created because Jay found that there was a need for leadership, creation, maintenance and execution of development and testing activities Jay is also the CEO & President of TeamQualityPro, which is a real-time integrated dashboard platform used to evaluate the entire ecosystem of application projects and resources. TeamQualityPro is code agnostic so all organizations can implement a real-time executive dashboard system.
Philip Lew founded Pulse Technologies, Inc., a leader in contact center systems integration in Chantilly, VA. In 1996, Pulse Technologies and its proprietary call center data warehousing software called soEZ were sold to EIS International (a public company listed on NASDAQ). Lew is an Adjunct Professor at Alaska Pacific University and Project Management College teaching graduate courses in software engineering, software quality assurance, IT project management, and IT Governance. He has presented at numerous conferences on contact center technology and web application usability, user experience, and quality evaluation. He has been published in Project Management Technology, Network World, Telecommunications Magazine, Call Center Magazine, TeleProfessional, and DataPro Research Reports.