We know that embedded software and hardware development teams don't always see eye to eye. They may not even be sharing the same tool to help one another improve the quality of their products by staying in synch when issues are found and changes are made, whether it's a cell phone no one wants to see come back for a retrofit, or a pace maker that shipped with a critical defect.
Teams need a better way to communicate and to work together more closely without barriers to find problems and defects, to learn from one another, simplify their interactions, and to design and deliver the best possible products possible.
Peer reviews are often viewed as tedious and inefficient, or way to brow beat your colleague into submission. We know from years of experience this doesn't have to be the case, and we're teaming up with IBM for an informative Webinar to share what we've learned with you.
How Peer Review and Collaboration Can Make the Product Lifecycle Rock
When: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. ET
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We'll share with you:
- Which review techniques improve collaboration the fastest among hardware and software development teams
- How integrated software solutions can improve quality across the product development lifecycle
- How to reduce, or even eliminate, the mounds of paper that often result from technical reviews
- Ways to improve your company's accountability and regulatory requirements by better capturing review metrics
We look forward to seeing you there!