EZ Insight Report: IBM Rational Jazz Strategy for Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management (Full report)

EZ Insight Report: IBM Rational Jazz Strategy for Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management (Full report)

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Collaboration and the Development Landscape Software and systems are essential to nearly every business. Global organizations require software solutions that span geographic boundaries, cultures, and business units and that comply with corporate governance mandates. Such global businesses must collaborate effectively and leverage existing investments, or lose out to competitors. This collaboration nearly always involves business partners and customers in defining - and sometimes even creating - software products. To compete in this climate, organizations must rethink the ways that they build and deliver software solutions.

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Liz Barnett Principal Analyst, EZ Insight, Inc. Liz Barnett is the Principal Analyst at EZ Insight, Inc., an analyst and consulting firm focused on global software development issues and technologies, founded in 2005. In 2006, she also launched the Agile Journal, an online publication providing in-depth analyses and case studies for Agile developers and managers, and was Editor in Chief for its first two years. Previously, Liz spent 10 years as a Vice President and Research Analyst at Forrester Research, joining Forrester as a result of its acquisition of Giga Information Group. Liz has held management positions at Accenture, PepsiCo, Atelier Research, and New Science Associates (subsequently acquired by Gartner Inc.). Liz earned her B.S. in operations research and industrial engineering at Cornell University.
Vendor:
IBM
Posted:
13 Mar 2009
Published:
13 Mar 2009
Format:
PDF
Length:
24 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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