Reuse and Baseline Management

Creating catalogs of reusable requirements and baselines of your development streams—at milestones or versions—can reduce development time and ensure consistency across projects.

  • 10 Biggest Product Development Challenges Engineers Face… And How to Solve Them

    10 Biggest Product Development Challenges Engineers Face… And How to Solve Them

    Read this blog to learn more about ten of the most prominent product development challenges engineers face and their corresponding solutions.

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  • Defining and Implementing Requirements Baselines

    Defining and Implementing Requirements Baselines

    Developers often want to freeze software requirements following some initial work and then proceed with development, unencumbered by those pesky changes. This is the classic waterfall paradigm. It...

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  • Jama Connect Datasheet

    Jama Connect Datasheet

    Jama Connect helps complex product and systems development teams manage requirements and testing from idea through development, integration, and launch.

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  • Defining Requirements Baselines

    Defining Requirements Baselines

    A requirements baseline is a snapshot in time that represents the agreed-upon, reviewed and approved set of requirements committed to a specific product release. That “release” could be a complete...

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  • Conquer the Challenges of Requirements Management

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  • 10 Biggest Product Development Challenges Engineers Face

    10 Biggest Product Development Challenges Engineers Face

    In this infographic, we explore top challenges product development engineers face and how improved collaboration, live traceability, and simplified regulatory compliance can help.

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  • Getting Started with Jama Connect: Working with information2:41

    Getting Started with Jama Connect: Working with information

    Manually add new information to a project in Jama Connect. (Importing and reuse are not covered.) Track versions and update several items at once.

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