Software Quality Management
Traditional software testing simply validates that the software in development meets end-user expectations for functionality, availability and performance prior to deployment. Testing, thus, performs the software quality function. Testing, however, is frequently disconnected from development efforts, causing software that is developed to be severely limited in quality, innovation and growth capabilities.
This white paper details the importance of utilizing software quality management that is continuous, governed and automated. Discover how such management allows organizations to meet current and future quality and time-to-value requirements, enabling business innovation, flexibility, compliance and alignment between business and IT objectives. Learn how to build quality into software, use automation to accelerate discovery and diagnosis, and help ensure communication between business, development, quality assurance and IT operations.
IBM Rational Offerings Manager, IBM
Kim Querner is the IBM Rational Offerings Manager for Rational's Quality Management portfolio. Kim's contributions to IBM over the last nine years include market management, product management, interaction solution design, and development management. With Kim's experience in systems management and development processes, she brings the customer focus of preparing quality applications and services for deployment into today's 24x7 competitive environments. Kim earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and holds her M.B.A from Texas State University.Michael Lundblad
- IBM Software Group
- 27 Nov 2007
- 01 May 2007
- 12 Page(s)
- White Paper