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2011 September

Maximizing product value with In-Context Collaboration

Why is it that some teams release products that provide a great experience, while others, release products that are, well, not quite right? Behind every great experience lies a multitude of design choices that bring to life the stakeholders’ vision. Getting it right requires many conversations on many levels, with stakeholders, with architects and designers, […]

Five imperatives for Application Lifecycle Management

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“At some point, you take a step back, and you realize you have an awful lot of siloed systems that are limiting transparency across strategic projects.” Development Director, Temenos, Inc. Back when I was making my career decision, I chose to avoid the medical field. Software, I thought, was safe. I wouldn’t harm anyone if […]

Are you the persona we are looking for?


The Rational User Experience & Design team is undertaking a study to better understand the users of our offerings and solutions.  We work closely with development and other groups to create products that are easy to use and meet your needs through a variety of research, design, and evaluation activities. The study involves interviewing a […]

New CLM 2011 Materials on

While participating in the festivities at Innovate 2011 down in Orlando, I had an opportunity to speak with many of our customers about the CLM 2011 solution. Everyone that I spoke with was excited about our new capabilities, and was impressed with the cross product capabilities.  Whether they were our customers or part of an […]

Good practices and key workflows for Rational Team Concert Source Control users

Are you an effective Rational Team Concert Source Control user? If you’re not sure, or simply want to become more effective, here are some essential tips that will help on your way. Before jumping in to these tips, we have some excellent resources that would be worth taking a look at: If you’re new to […]