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Will SDLC Acceleration Ultimately Deliver Defects to Customers Faster?

How to increase SDLC speed without compromising quality expectations

PIE-cartoonThere is no doubt that software is rapidly becoming the primary source for business differentiation. Organizations that are able to increase the speed and quality of innovative software releases will capitalize on differentiable competitive advantages; those that cannot will languish behind competitors.

If you need to increase SDLC speed without compromising quality expectations, join us on 3.14, National Pi Day, to learn how Parasoft’s Process Intelligence Engine (PIE) can help you achieve your goals. By collecting, correlating and analyzing disparate data scattered throughout the SDLC, Parasoft PIE identifies business risks and highlights opportunities for process improvement. This system of decision delivers actionable tasks that help development teams mitigate risks before they progress to the next stage of the SDLC.

At the Pi Day webinar, you'll get a first-hand look at how Parasoft's unique intelligence engine that collects raw observations throughout the SDLC (source code, defects, build, requirements, ALM, test management…) and delivers “prioritized findings” that significantly reduce the risks associated with a software release candidate.

Why Do You Love Pi?
In preparation for Pi Day and to celebrate Parasoft's Process Intelligence Engine (PIE), we're giving away 31.4 Raspberry Pi's (and destroying a few along the way). Parasoft wants to know: Why do you love pie (or pi)? To enter, tweet your response with #parasoftpie

 

 

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Cynthia Dunlop, Lead Content Strategist/Writer at Tricentis, writes about software testing and the SDLC—specializing in continuous testing, functional/API testing, DevOps, Agile, and service virtualization. She has written articles for publications including SD Times, Stickyminds, InfoQ, ComputerWorld, IEEE Computer, and Dr. Dobb's Journal. She also co-authored and ghostwritten several books on software development and testing for Wiley and Wiley-IEEE Press. Dunlop holds a BA from UCLA and an MA from Washington State University.