Earlier this year, we decided to launch our series of workshops in Germany. On 18 June 2015, we kicked off the “roadshow” with the first event: Intland’s Requirements Engineering, Q&A Test Management Workshop in Stuttgart.
Below, you’ll find a short recap of this first workshop. In case you find yourself wondering why you missed out, don’t worry! One more (free) workshop event is on its way, and you’re welcome to register to it:
A workshop for newcomers and codeBeamer users alike
Last week’s event was a little bit different to the Frankfurt event, or what you’ll find the Online Workshop on 16 July. While these latter workshops are more general, aimed at prospective users of codeBeamer ALM, and those who are simply interested in its advanced features, the first Stuttgart workshop was focusing more on the latest improvements offered by codeBeamer 7.7, with the majority of our participants being long-time users of codeBeamer.
We were happy to see huge interest in codeBeamer, and to receive a lot of really good questions from our 36 participants.
The all-day event gave us plenty of time to dig deeper into the new features of codeBeamer’s latest version 7.7, to talk about our Apps and preconfigured workflows (the Medical Template, as well as the SAFe® , Risk Management, FMEA and Scrum templates), and to showcase codeBeamer’s integrations (JIRA, DOORS, ReqIF, Enterprise Architect).
Our audience, both prospective and current users of codeBeamer ALM, asked us mainly about live editing with Word, importing requirements, the updated Service Desk, the brand new SAFe® template, and permission-based workflows, and we were happy to see that not only could we answer their questions, they also seemed impressed by what we had to say.
With two incredibly insightful presentations from Paul Reiff of Festo and Hagen Schorcht of Lufthansa Industry Solutions, an intense Q&A session, and overall great atmosphere, it is safe to say that Intland’s first Stuttgart workshop was a valuable event for all participants.
We would like to thank all those who managed to join us, and encourage everyone to watch the recording of our Online Workshop below.