Join us to learn about
- Strategies for modernizing requirements management toolchains
- Approaches for tool adoption and data migration
- Best practices and key considerations when transitioning to a new RM toolchain
Business Analyst at PTC (formerly Intland Software)
Senior Product Manager at OpsHub
About our expert
Aparna Garg is a Senior Product Manager at OpsHub. She has been with OpsHub for 12 years and has held several senior roles within product engineering and product management. Aparna’s expertise lies in Integration & Migration Architecture, Product Design and Customer Management.
OpsHub is the leading provider of integration and migration solutions for the ALM, CRM, and DevOps toolchains. OpsHub enables modern software teams to innovate by empowering enterprises to modernize and unify their toolchain and reap actionable insights from disparate tools. OpsHub flagship products for migration, integration and insights help teams to leverage the best tool for a given task, collaborate seamlessly and unlock the full potential of their data.
The growing complexity of digital products is shifting focus to the role that requirements engineering plays in delivering safe and high-quality products. As pressure increases on the requirements management discipline, organizations are looking to equip their teams with future-proof tools that help them tackle emerging challenges.
However, migrating to a new tool is a challenge of its own. Avoiding disruptions, minimizing downtime and maximizing ROI requires careful planning and a thorough understanding of the migration process.
In this webinar, experts from OpsHub and PTC (formerly Intland Software) discussed key considerations and best practices for requirements management tool modernization. We also debunked the most common myths and misconceptions to help make sure your transition to a new RM tool is successful!
The webinar provides a short demonstration of OpsHub’s migration and co-existence capabilities. OpsHub supports a wide variety of requirements management tools (in this demo, we are using IBM DOORS and Codebeamer as the endpoints).