A scalable (agile through waterfall) deliverable based integrated (PM, SD, ST) methodology that is leveraged by project delivery and maintenance teams to consistently deliver quality IT applications on time and within budget.
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RTIME keeps your software project teams organized and focused on prioritized business needs. Improve quality and reduce scope creep by managing requirements more effectively.
Web-based project management service with an unique interface and approach. Get more done by 5pm.
QI Macros SPC Software for Excel draws pareto charts, control charts, histograms, box whisker plots, scatter plots and more. Includes more than 100 LSS templates, such as automated fishbone diagram, earned value calculators, ANOVA, F-Test, t-Test.
QlikView Enterprise is the full developer's version of QlikView Business Intelligence Software. Enterprise pulls data from multiple disparate sources to build powerful, easy-to-use analytics applications.
The new edition examines the past 35 years of predictive analytics for business intelligence, focusing on five core metrics. It also includes a perspective on project management success factors and best practices for software estimation.
The new edition, the first update since 2006, provides project managers and executive management with the latest data and research on the state of software development, including an extensive focus on agile methodology.
Qtask is a comprehensive SaaS-based collaboration & project management environment that adds accountability and improves bottom line results. Qtask, when implemented, becomes a team's or a company's virtual office accessible anytime, from anywhere.
This innovative course brings the latest project management techniques and best practices together with many examples, practical exercises and case studies.
Don’t forget the most important consideration in quality management: human beings. In this article, the writer addresses a way of handling quality management with this most important aspect at the forefront.