Keeping pace with the ever-increasing complexity of software products alone is a challenging task. However, most companies are working on more than one sophisticated product at any given time, each of which may combine hardware, software and even service components.
Whatever industry you’re developing software for, your ultimate goal is to listen to your customers, and create products that satisfy their expectations. Whether your end product is a piece of software embedded in passenger cars, or a yoga mobile app,
Approximately 30 Million cars will be produced in the European Union and the United States in 2015, from an estimated total of 90+ Million produced world wide. Manufactures in Germany, Spain and France producing the most in the EU area.
Companies developing products for the automotive, engineering and electrical industries, among a variety of other markets, have to manage the increasing complexity of their products. Not only is this true because of new innovations and features (IoT, anyone?), but also
One of the biggest concerns of the CTO at any enterprise stepping into realm of software development, is how to ensure that they will get the features required within the final product. This is especially true for projects where functional