Today, business agility is imperative for software developers like you. And no one understands your needs better than IBM. Having been in the business of software development for decades ourselves, we've garnered a wealth of experience that we can now share with you to help you deliver smarter products.
In view of that, we bring you Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) - an IBM solution that streamlines people, processes, information and tools to help business teams:
Connect stakeholders and contributors throughout the application delivery process
Ensure that the results of all work are traceable to the originating requests
Streamline processes by automating repetitive tasks
Continuously assess progress and results to improve performance
We recently did an interesting study in which we gathered smart practices for Application Lifecycle Development, from across our software delivery field consultant teams. The results of the study revealed 10 best practices that can help increase agility, manage change better and reduce costs and risks while delivering the highest quality software. Click on the link below to learn more about these best practices.
Come, discover the secret to working smart.
A smarter business needs smarter software, systems and services.
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