Accompa Announces Spring 2011 Release of Industry-Leading Product Management Software for Requirements Management and Idea Management

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Upcoming Release of Proven, Cloud-based Software to Help Product Management Organizations Manage Ideas and Requirements More Effectively and Build More Successful Products. 30-day Free Trial Now Available -- Sign-up Takes Less Than 5 Minutes.

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We're proud to announce the Spring 2011 release of our requirements management and idea management software for product management and product marketing teams

Accompa Inc, a pioneer in cloud-based Requirements Management Software for Product Management and Product Marketing organizations, today announced the upcoming "Spring 2011" release of its industry-leading software for managing ideas and requirements. Product Management and Product Marketing executives in high-tech, software, hardware, and internet industries are invited to learn more: Product Management Software, or sign up for a fully-functional 30-day free trial: Click here to start free trial.

Product management and product marketing teams at more than 100 companies (Fortune-500 so startups) use Accompa - a cloud-based, "on-demand" software - to automate their requirements capture, tracking and prioritization; idea management; and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, including customers. By doing so, they save valuable time, meet customer needs systematically, build successful products, and enhance their competitive advantages.

The "Spring 2011" release of Accompa introduces many new features based on direct feedback from their customers - including the ability to create requirements baselines, requirements approvals, and an Idea Management Software module.

Product Management and Product Marketing organizations are at the front-end of the process for capturing and managing ideas and requirements at their companies. As a result, effective idea management and requirements management by these organizations becomes extremely critical - and approaches based on spreadsheets, word processors, wikis and outdated software tools consume valuable time and can contribute to project delays or even failures.

Accompa has now become a valuable tool for product management and product marketing organizations at more than 100 companies of all sizes, and helps them automate their idea management and requirements management activities. With pricing starting at just $199/month and the cloud-based model eliminating installation and maintenance expenses - organizations of all sizes can now afford software-based, systematic requirements management and idea management processes.

"We're proud to announce the Spring 2011 release of our requirements management and idea management software for product management and product marketing teams," said Michael Shrivathsan, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, Accompa. "We're constantly listening to our customers regarding their requirements management and idea management needs, and continuously enhancing our software to meet customer needs. Our mission is to help our customers build more successful products by continuously improving their requirements management and idea management processes."

About Accompa:
Accompa is a pioneer in Product Management Software for managing requirements and managing ideas. The company is the first to address the need for affordable, enterprise-quality, cloud-based requirements management software for product management and product marketing teams. Built by product management professionals with two decades of experience in Silicon Valley's high-tech industry, Accompa on-demand requirements management software helps product management and product marketing teams save time and systematically meet customer needs, and delivers fast results. The company is privately held with headquarters in Santa Clara, CA. Visit the following links for more information:

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