Brian Harry MS
Product Unit Manager for Team Foundation
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve spent a fair amount of time our visiting with customers and potential customers. Much of it was spent talking about the new stuff coming with TFS/VS 11. One question that came up at probably 1/3rd of customers I visited is how to do formal requirements with TFS. If you’ve looked, you’ve probably noticed TFS doesn’t have a built in formal requirements solution. We did some work in VS/TFS 11 and Test Professional 11 to support what we call “Agile Requirements” – important feedback loops with your stakeholders. But for some organizations, formal requirements are a must – Requirements documents, detailed traceability, requirements baselining, business process diagrams, etc, etc.
KPI sponsored Workshop at BrainStorm DC well received
KPI hosted a workshop titled: "Using Business Decision Management to Revolutionize Business Requirements and Processes" at this year's BrainStorm DC event.
"How Freddie Mac is Using Decision Modeling to Improve Our Data Quality" presented by Frederick J. Lyne, Director, Business Decision Center of Excellence provided an interesting insight with a real-world example on how the The Decision Model is deployed in a business environment.
Asif Sharif, President and CEO of , Inc. demonstrated the award winning software inteGREAT with the recently added features related to The Decision Model.
Larry Goldberg, Managing Partner of Knowledge Partners International, LLC introduced The Decision Model to the audience.
Oct 1, 2009 @ Jonathan B. Spira is CEO and Chief Analyst at Basex
The product is a requirements management solution that allows for the creation and reuse of requirements through the development of a central body of knowledge
May 9, 2008 @ Project Shrink from Bas de Baar
A short while ago I got an email that stated "Organizations reinvent the same knowledge over and over again because of poor cataloging, traceability and redundancy in the knowledge that is created." Now that is someone who has been around the block! ...
Successful promotion, PR and product launch does NOT equal exaggeration, over-hype and suspicious spin
May 7, 2008 by Jill McCubbin
If possible, please refrain from 'Our Tool Is The Best. We are the world, we are the children' kind of answers to interview questions. My experience shows that if the answers are generally answered and genuine and perhaps include some references, people will visit the posting of our interview now and also in the long run...
May 5, 2008 by Nestor E. Arellano
inteGREAT, document management software and Web-based collaboration package from Inc., automates software project requirements gathering ...
April 20, 2008 @ PMThink! Project Management Thought Leadership from Frank M
inteGREAT connects the collective needs of business analysts, developers and testers through a single, Integrated Body of Knowledge (iBoK), and makes it easy to create, share and analyze the requirements for a business application.
April 17, 2008 by Shane Schick
inteGREAT works by collecting user needs into an integrated "body of knowledge" that can then be used to analyze the requirements of an application. It can amalgamate 10 key dimensions of a software project such as strategy, data, process, network, people and risk.
April 15, 2008 updated 9:40 a.m. ET
PROJECTWORLD -- Inc. dramatically increases the success rate for software application development projects with today's launch of the inteGREAT(TM) Requirements Development Platform.
April 8, 2008 by Warren on · Filed under Events, Toronto
inteGREAT, from , is a business process package which its creators say can be used to create bridges between business communicators and technology workers in small and medium-sized businesses. Traditionally, neither side of that corporate divide is skilled at communicating what the other side needs or wants, and inteGREAT highlights processes......