For companies in the automotive industry, reviews of source code and requirements are essential. They enable teams to reduce risk and identify defects as early in the development process as possible, which is especially important in order to comply with functional safety standards like ISO 26262.
Collaborator empowers teams to conduct peer code reviews early and often, to ensure premier quality throughout the entire application lifecycle. Cross-functional teams can remotely and collaboratively improve on deliverables all in one place. Whether you are a product manager writing and reviewing requirements or a software architect building the latest feature, Collaborator helps you and your team stay on the same page.
In Collaborator, you can build custom review templates to ensure that each type of peer review meets your specific compliance needs. Formalize reviews by setting rules for each template that work in the background and establish required criteria that must be met prior to submission.
How do you show your review process in a tangible way? With Collaborator, custom reporting is a standard, out-of-the-box capability. Whether you're trying to illustrate your review efforts for a compliance audit or just looking to find the gaps in your process, Collaborator's reporting feature can be leveraged to drive insights and document your team's compliance with code and document review standards.
Today's leading automotive OEMs are utilizing peer reviews to meet industry standards like ISO 26262 and Automotive SPICE, while designing the next generation of automotive vehicles. In this webinar, we discussed:
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