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Solving the Engineering Change & Complexity Challenge

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For organizations producing products that rely on embedded software, such as those in the automotive industry complexity of the environment including dependencies between software and hardware systems and components is overwhelming.  Rapidly growing product and component variants and the need for reuse across product and component versions adds to these challenges. The rate of software change across product lines is unprecedented, while software represents both the greatest opportunity for innovation as well as the greatest impact on customer experience. These factors create significant risk in terms of quality, cycle time, time to market, and ultimately customer satisfaction.

Attend this Webinar and learn how to manage the inherent change and complexity in software engineering today. With a coherent application lifecycle management platform, embedded systems teams can better manage innovation in response to shifting market demands, direct complex development activity, maintain clear and continuous lines of communication between development centers around the globe while facilitating agility and rapid release cycles. Software components, code, requirements, test cases and other artifacts can be reused across multiple product lines for reduced costs and timelines, and transparency and traceability enable compliance with industry standards such as IEC 61508 regulations, in addition to maturity models such as CMMI or SPiCE.


* On May 13, at least 10 minutes prior to the start time of 2:00 PM EDT, direct your browser to: https://mks.webex.com/mks/onstage/g.php?d=351944077&t=a

* Enter your name, email address and the password. The password is integrity .


Audio for this event will be streaming. Please ensure you have a working headset or speakers for your computer available.


Please contact Julie Vaishnav at jvaishnav@mks.com.

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