Understanding the differences and changes over time is critical to producing a quality product. Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) offers many different ways to compare artifacts (tests, work plans, requirements, etc.). In this session we will introduce existing and new features in viewing and/or reporting the differences between artifacts.
IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) is the leading platform for today’s complex product and software development. ELM extends the functionality of standard ALM tools, providing an integrated, end-to-end solution that offers full transparency and traceability across all engineering data. From requirements through testing and deployment, ELM optimizes collaboration and communication across all stakeholders, improving decision- making, productivity and overall product quality.
Technology Partner Architect, AI Applications Engineering
IBM Technology Sales, Cross-Market
Marsha has been in software development and engineering for over 30 years. She joined IBM via the Rational Software acquisition in 2003. Marsha spent the last 18 years in a variety of roles, including field technical sales, software consulting services and her current role, which is supporting IBM Business Partners and Customers in adopting the IBM Engineering portfolio.
Technical Sales Specialist, AI Applications Engineering
IBM Technology Sales, Industrial Market
Jim has been in software development and engineering of products over the past 20 years. Jim has spent the last 15 years working with IBM customers understanding business needs and developing engineering solutions to meeting those needs. Jim has worked across many industries including aerospace and defense, automotive, medical device, and electronics.