Posts Tagged 'Feature'

Spotlight on Spira 6.13 - SAFe Support for Requirement Types

November 4, 2021

The upcoming release of our Spira platform includes a major change in how requirement types work, specifically when you have multiple levels of parent requirements and you want/need control over what the type is for those requirements. Previously, parent requirements were forced to be either Package (Spira versions 5.4 and earlier) or Epic (Spira versions 6.0 and later). Recognizing that we need more flexibility for different methodologies such as Scaled Agile (SAFe), Waterfall and Agile/Scrum/Kanban, we have completely revamped how this feature works.

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Webinar Recap: Spira v6.11 - New Features and Enhancements

September 3, 2021

On September 1st, Inflectra hosted a webinar called Spira v6.11 - New Features and Enhancements. Adam Sandman, Inflectra's Director of Technology, covered the following topics in the live webinar:

  1. Multi-factor authentication

  2. New diagram, flowchart, and organization chart editor

  3. Agile planning board & task tracking enhancements

If you missed the webinar, we have a full recap below.

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Webinar Recap: Rapise 6.6 - New Features and Enhancements

November 17, 2020

We are happy to share with you a recap of our recent live webinar on Rapise 6.6 - New Features and Enhancements. If you missed the webinar, please enjoy this video recording.

Webinar Agenda:

The webinar will cover the following areas: 

  • Rapise 6.6 - new features and improvements
  • New features: CI/CD integration, Git integration, and Framework building. 
  • System Enhancements: Reporting, Rapise Launcher, API Testing; new Actions to already supported Objects.
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Webinar Recap: Top Productivity Boosting Features of SpiraPlan

July 8, 2020

On July 2, 2020, Adam Sandman, Inflectra's Director of Technology hosted a live webinar called: Top Productivity Boosting Features of SpiraPlan -  highlighting the productivity-enhancing, risk-minimizing, and project scale-up features of SpiraPlan - Inflectra's Agile Portfolio Management Platform. 

WEBINAR AGENDA:

The webinar covered the following areas: 

  • transitioning from QA to Portfolio Management with SpiraPlan
  • Powerful Program and #Portfolio management (including for DevOps)
  • Enhanced Planning Boards
  • Risk Management 
  • SpiraPlan and scaling agile/SAFe
  • Easy upgrade from SpiraTest to SpiraPlan.

If you missed the webinar, you can watch the recording here 👇.

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Webinar #Recap: Choosing A Test Automation Tool: 8 Features That Matter

June 17, 2019

Inflectra recently hosted the 3rd live webinar: Choosing A Test Automation Tool: 8 Features That Matter, from the series called: Test Automation, DemystifiedThe goal of series is to build the participants’ basic understanding, and a skill set to start using test automation in their work.

We are sharing the most important take-aways from the webinar.

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Rapise Price Change Coming Soon

June 18, 2018

We are announcing a new price for Rapise -  Inflectra’s test automation powerhouse, to come into effect on August 1, 2018.

The new pricing policy affects only the new purchases of Rapise. Inflectra’s existing customers and existing quotes of Rapise (if issued before August 1, 2018) will not be affected by the price change.

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Highlights from the SpiraTeam v5.2 Webinar

June 5, 2017

Last week, Adam Sandman from Inflectra hosted a webinar to discuss the new features available in SpiraTeam v5.2 (including SpiraTest and SpiraPlan). This was a great opportunity for customers and new users to learn about the new features, ask questions and provide feedback. If you missed the webinar, don't worry, there is a second session this week and we have the recording from the first session.

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Beware the Over-Engineered Software Product

April 8, 2014

When evaluating software features to either build or buy there is a tendency to want to have every possible feature even if it will be rarely (or event never used) on the off-chance that it could be useful. This post describes some of the pitfalls with this approach. Read More