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Organizations can benefit greatly by using a requirements management application which supports both traditional and Agile methodologies. Agile methodologies are frequently weak at requirements management, and yet depend heavily on clearly defined requirements. A common repository with real-time access for collaborative review of the requirements, use-case/test-case creation, traceability and baselining makes management of requirements simpler and less error prone than spread sheets or a data base.

Agile Developers treat the customer requirements as transient objects, which are disposed of once the Sprint is complete, often resulting in an over-reliance on the resulting artefacts and the collective knowledge of the team to track requirements. However, when working with complex, fast-moving and/or long-lived applications, new functionality must integrate with existing functionality, and the dependencies and impacts of changes need to be clearly analysed. Under these circumstances no single person is likely to clearly remember all the details of existing, reusable functionality.

If requirements are not properly captured and managed, there is a greater chance that existing functionality becomes re-implemented with subtle and unintentional differences, and the team\'s ability to determine the impact and dependencies of new changes on existing functionality will be limited. Using a requirements management tool that provides strong support to capture, manage and analyse the impact of changing requirements can go a long way to incorporating Agile approaches into the development of complex applications with significant history.

Join us in a Webinar to learn how to apply requirements management to support both traditional and Agile processes on different projects within the same organization. Please register with a business e-mail address to validate your interest.

There is no charge for attending and each webinar will last no more than 1.5 hours.

Recent and Future Viewset Webinars

Oct, 2014
7th
Traditional & Agile Requirements Management

Organizations can benefit greatly by using a requirements management solution which supports both Traditional & Agile methodologies. Agile methodologies are frequently weaker at formal requirements management & yet depend heavily on clearly defined requirements. A repository with realtime access for collaborative review of requirements, usecase creation, test management traceability & baselining makes management of requirements simpler and less error prone than spreadsheets or a plain database.

Registration Closed
Jul, 2014
15th
Open PACE to Manage Your Requirements

PACE makes it easy for your project to move to a web based tool - making managing requirements easy, minimizing your costs. - Install PACE on your server or access PACE in the Cloud - Quickly replicate your DOORS schema with our Graphical Information Modeling tool - Use our Wizard to import all your requirements data - Have a few hours of web based training using your schema and requirements data - Then use any internet browser or MS Word to carry on managing your requirements.

Registration Closed
Jul, 2013
16th
Manage Requirements from any Browser

Google's Chrome, Apple's Safari, Mozilla's Firefox and Microsoft's Internet Explorer, plus a bi-directional interface for MS Word enables platform and operating system independence to capture and manage your projects' requirements, test, verification and defect data. Register for our free Webinar and we will show you how easy it is to manage and trace your project data from a formative statement of need to a deliverable. Click the link below to register for our Webinar.

Registration Closed
Mar, 2012
1st
Close DOORS & Open PACE to Manage Your Requirements

PACE makes it easy for your project to move to a web based tool making managing requirements easy, minimising your costs. - Install PACE on your server or access PACE in the Cloud - Quickly replicate your DOORS schema with our Graphical Information Modelling tool - Use our Wizard to import all your requirements data - Have a few hours of web based training using your schema and requirements data - Then use any internet browser or MS Word to carry on managing your requirements.

Registration Closed
Dec, 2011
15th
Manage Requirements from any Browser

Google's Chrome, Apple's Safari, Mozilla's Firefox and Microsoft's Internet Explorer plus a bi-directional interface for MS Word enables platform and operating system independence to capture and manage your projects' requirements, test, verification and defect data. Register for our free Webinar and we will show you how easy it is to manage and trace your project data from a formative statement of need to a deliverable. Click the link below to register for our Webinar.

Registration Closed
Jun, 2011
16th
Manage Requirements with any Internet Browser

ViewSet has just released Pace V4.3, with support for Google's Chrome, Apple's Safari, Mozilla's Firefox and Microsoft's Internet Explorer. These browsers enable your distributed projects to access their requirements, test, defect and project data on your server from almost any platform and operating system. This Webinar will show you how easy it is to capture and manage requirements using any process including Agile. Click the link below to register and join our Webinar.

Registration Closed
Mar, 2011
10th
Multiple Browsers for Requirements Management

Use multiple Internet Browsers including Google's Chrome, Apple's Safari, Mozilla's Firefox and Microsoft's Internet Explorer plus a bi-directional interface for MS Word to capture and manage requirements. PACE installs on your server together with Oracle or MYSQL for scalability. These Internet Browsers enable platform and operating system independence to capture and manage your projects' requirements, test and defect data. Register for our free Webinar and we will show you how to get started.

Registration Closed
Feb, 2011
9th
5 ACES to Manage Requirements,Test & Defect Data

Use multiple Internet Browsers including Google's Chrome, Apple's Safari, Mozilla's Firefox and Microsoft's Internet Explorer plus a bi-directional interface for MS Word to capture and manage requirements. PACE installs on your server together with Oracle or MYSQL for scalability. These Internet Browsers enable platform and operating system independence to capture and manage your projects' requirements, test and defect data. Register for our free Webinar and we will show you how to get started.

Registration Closed
May, 2010
13th
Agile Requirements Management

Organisations can benefit greatly by using a requirements management application which supports both traditional & Agile methodologies. Agile methodologies are frequently weak at requirements management & yet depend heavily on clearly defined requirements. A common repository with real-time access for collaborative review of the requirements, use-case/test-case creation, traceability & baselining makes management of requirements simpler and less error prone than spread sheets or a data base.

Registration Closed
May, 2010
6th
Use MS Word for Requirements Management

Now analysts and engineers can use the familiar and ubiquitous MS Word for tasks that could previously only be done with expensive software tools. PACE also offers a web client for sophisticated project tasks without the clumsy complexity of traditional desktop applications. Improving Requirements Management offers the fastest payback of any process area. Click the link below to learn more then register to join our Webinar.

Registration Closed
Apr, 2010
15th
Agile Requirements Management

Organisations can benefit greatly by using a requirements management application which supports both traditional & Agile methodologies. Agile methodologies are frequently weak at requirements management & yet depend heavily on clearly defined requirements. A common repository with real-time access for collaborative review of the requirements, use-case/test-case creation, traceability & baselining makes management of requirements simpler and less error prone than spread sheets or a data base.

Registration Closed
Apr, 2010
8th
Use MS Word for Requirements Management

Now analysts and engineers can use the familiar and ubiquitous MS Word for tasks that could previously only be done with expensive software tools. PACE also offers a web client for sophisticated project tasks without the clumsy complexity of traditional desktop applications. Improving Requirements Management offers the fastest payback of any process area. Click the link below to learn more then register to join our Webinar.

Registration Closed
Mar, 2010
25th
Not Just Agile Requirements

Bridging every data type between requirements & deliverables including but not limited to Customer/Marketing/Functional/Design/V&V Requirements, Test Results, Test Cases, User Stories, Defects or any data type needed by your process. PACE is designed to help distributed teams collaborate, share unlimited amounts of information & integrate with any tool from Open Source to MS office. In other words improve quality & reduce costs without requiring a team of experts to support tool deployment.

Registration Closed
Mar, 2010
11th
Agile Requirements Management

Organisations can benefit greatly by using a requirements management application which supports both traditional & Agile methodologies. Agile methodologies are frequently weak at requirements management & yet depend heavily on clearly defined requirements. A common repository with real-time access for collaborative review of the requirements, use-case/test-case creation, traceability & baselining makes management of requirements simpler and less error prone than spread sheets or a data base.

Registration Closed
Feb, 2010
9th
Agile, Collaborative, Distributed & Scalable

ALM systems generally don't support the distributed enterprise, comprising collaborative working, rapid deployment of new more agile process and do not scale without massive investment in administrative resources. This Webinar describes the PACE Requirements and Information Management System suitable for small teams and designed to massively scale for large distributed organisations without requiring an army of administrators.

Registration Closed