As the role of enterprise IT continues to evolve, IT organizations faced with greater responsibilities look for better tools for managing requirements and streamlining processes. Often, these escalating responsibilities include developing software and services to support internal business operations, collaboration with partners, and online customer interactions. Complex applications developed for cloud, on-premise, and mobile implementations can quickly tax prior-generation development processes, exposing their weaknesses.
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