Five Application Lifecycle Management Imperatives for a Successful Global Software Development

Five Application Lifecycle Management Imperatives for a Successful Global Software Development


Application lifecycle management (ALM) is being pushed to its limits; increasingly distributed teams and rapidly changing project requirements have got many organizations struggling to find success with what was once an indispensable method of ensuring project goals are met.

Inside this presentation transcript, find five key imperatives for using ALM to achieve successful global software development. Learn how to leverage this information to help reduce or eliminate endless project re-plans which are slowing down your business.


Carolyn Pampino Program Director, Strategic Offerings for IT Software Delivery

Carolyn Pampino is the Program Director for Strategic Offerings focused on IT Software Delivery. She is a member of the ALM leadership team at IBM Rational, working closely with the Jazz team leads to define the Collaborative Lifecycle Management road map and strategy. She contributes blog entries and recorded demonstrations to Carolyn is a co-author of an eBook, titled "Scaling Agile with Collaborative ALM."

Andy Detandt Resource Manager at Lender Processing Services

Andy Detandt is a Resource Manager at Lender Processing Services where he supports development environments and software development tools. During his six years at LPS he has been responsible for centralizing a large IT organization on the Rational tool set while sun-downing other vendors products and  facilitating the adoption of best practices; he has procured, installed, and trained users on multiple Rational tools, which are used to build complex banking & lending systems.

08 Sep 2011
08 Sep 2011
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