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WEBINAR: Dynamic QA: How Uncertainty And Risk In Today's Business Environments Changes The Way We Test

December 16, 2008

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In today's uncertain business environment, companies cannot tolerate unnecessary risk. Fluctuation is the name of the game. Application development organizations must deliver high quality software and must revisit its current place in today's business organization. Development practices and organizations have evolved to meet these new requirements, however software testing organizations are lagging far behind. Managing continual change makes it an imperative for organizations to move from quality control to quality management. Organizations that have realized the need for integrated quality practices have seen benefits in multiple areas — shortened delivery cycles, stronger relationships with outsourcing vendors and increased customer and stakeholder satisfaction. Forrester calls this integrated method dynamic QA.

Agenda:

  • Discussing today's business environment — development has evolved, QA has to catch up.
  • Moving from quality control to quality management — what has to change, what can remain?
  • Dealing with cultural change — what are smart organizations doing to adapt?
  • How can vendors help?

Vendors mentioned: AppLabs, Cap Gemini, Cognizant, Compuware, HP, IBM, Oracle, Sogeti

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