sponsored by CollabNet
Posted:  06 Jan 2010
Published:  06 Jan 2010
Format:  PDF
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

Facing pressure to deliver solutions quickly and meet rapidly changing priorities, investment banking institutions are reluctant to change processes and adopt new tools. Agile meets many of the requirements of today's fast-paced development environments and has proven successful in organizations that need to respond quickly to market demands. Unfortunately, Agile makes CMMI compliance difficult.

Read this paper to learn how one large investment banking firm used CollabNet to build a software development/change management process that would enable CMMI compliance while accommodating existing Agile development practices used by various teams.

Application Life-Cycle Management | Application Life-Cycle Management Software | Change Management | CMM (Capability Maturity Model) | Collaborative Applications Software | Compliance (Finance) | Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance | Software as a Service | Software Development Methodologies | Software Development Tools

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