Migrating From a Fragmented Tool Environment to Integrated ALM

June 16, 2016

Using a mix of single-point software tools to aid development is common practice, even in the case of large global enterprises. However, software development teams see the drawbacks of this fragmented tool environment: limited traceability, data consistency problems, and less efficient collaboration due to change and version control issues. Creating interfaces between standalone tools requires loads of manual effort, making integration a difficult task.

The solution to many of these problems is making the transition to an integrated, single pane of glass solution. Implementing an organically integrated ALM platform such as codeBeamer ensures traceability automatically by saving all work items and data in a single repository that encompasses the entire lifecycle. Collaboration, efficiency, time to market, and process transparency are all positively affected. What’s more, thanks to integration points, migrating to ALM doesn’t require you to ditch your previously used tools and processes. Watch this webinar recording to learn more about making the transition to integrated ALM, and the benefits this could bring to your development teams.

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