Webinar: The Automation of Requirements

29-Mar-2022 by Inflectra

Inflectra and solution partner Orca Intelligence invite you to a live webinar on The Automation of Requirements: Save Time Planning, Creating, and Managing Requirements with Swiftly and SpiraTeam. This event will take place on March 29, 2022 at 1 PM EST and will be co-hosted by Adam Sandman and Melissa Daley. 

Register here!

WEBINAR AGENDA

  • Solicitation Response
    • Work in SpiraTeam to build out a scope for solicitation and generate an estimate in Swiftly 
  • Agile Project Planning 
    • Plan in detail with SpiraTeam and automatically generate details with Swiftly 
  • Agile Delivery Lifecycle Management 
    • Generate detailed user stories with Swiftly and SpiraTeam
    • Manage user stories through SpiraTeam

There will be a Q&A at the end of the webinar. 

 

WEBINAR DATE AND TIME 

Tuesday March 29, 2022 at 1 PM EST. 

 

CAN'T ATTEND THE WEBINAR?

Register anyway, and we will send you a recording of the webinar. 

 

WEBINAR PRESENTERS

Adam Sandman has been working in the IT industry for the past 25+ years. His areas of expertise span from software architecture to agile development, software testing, test automation, and project management. Currently, Adam is a Director of Technology at Inflectra, where he is interested in technology, business, and enabling people to follow their passions. At Inflectra, Adam is responsible for researching the tools, technologies, and processes in the software testing and quality assurance space. Adam is a prolific speaker, whose speaking engagements range from StarEast, Eurostar to STPcons, DevGeekWeek, Swiss Testing Day, to NDIA, STARCanada, TestingMind, Agile DevOps West, StarWest, testCon, JFTL, and many more.

 

With 20 years of experience in Information Technology, Melissa Daley created Orca Intelligence in 2014. Her purpose was to offer a unique methodology to decrease the time it takes to capture, analyze and manage software requirements. She believes software, though not tangible, is very similar to building design and architecture, and requires the same governance and best practices. Her method encompasses features such as cataloging and maintaining requirements for reuse on other projects. This methodology saves requirements analysis and management time. Across Agile teams, her methods have proven to keep stakeholders and software engineers organized throughout the entire software development life cycle. In addition, her Agile project management skills produce incremental success that keep teams on schedule and within budget.