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Discover exclusive Jira and Polarion ALM insights with DEMICON and Siemens joint Webinar

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We're excited to announce that we've partnered up with Siemens Digital Industries Software for an upcoming Webinar that'll offer exclusive insights into the benefits of integrating Jira and Polarion ALM, featuring Siemens' Portfolio Development Executive, Thorsten Stahlberg, and DEMICON's Senior Consultant, Christopher Graf...and we can't wait!

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With increased scaling across different development areas such as mechanics, electronics and software, and high regulatory standards as in the automotive industry with ISO26262, requirements have increased significantly. Furthermore, maximum performance, high end-to-end visibility, and reusability are required from development systems.

The Webinar, titled System of Systems, will be the perfect place to gain exclusive insights into why a toolchain of Jira and Polarion ALM is beneficial and how this integration can be efficiently represented bi-directionally.

  • When: Thursday 15th July 2021
  • Start: 11 am CEST
  • Duration: 45 mins
  • Cost: FREE!

Both Thorsten and Christopher have many years of experience using both tools and will showcase a range of exclusive insights based on their expert knowledge and tried and tested scenarios.

Those who attend will walk away with one-of-a-kind takeaways, such as:

  • How to increase efficiency through standard enterprise features to reduce complexity and improve productivity
  • Easy and reliable ways to facilitate compliance requirements
  • Methods to efficiently reuse modules and components, with an introduction into library concepts

The Webinar is perfect for Development Heads, Team Leaders, Project and System Managers, Jira and Polarion ALM users within the Automotive, Manufacturing, Aviation, and Healthcare industries and industries with complex Hard and Software Development.

To join System of Systems, head on over to the Webinar’s website and register for free.

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Please note that the Webinar will be held in English.