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Top 5 Reasons for Maintaining Requirements in a Tool

There was a time when Requirements used to get managed in documents and project stakeholders of different organizations used to maintain their own copies of Requirements documents separately. All stakeholders had their own versions of the same document,...

Reinventing the Wheel – Almost Never a Good Idea

We occasionally come across organizations who, for a number of reasons, may be tempted to tackle the problem of integration themselves. Here we discuss point-to-point integration solution that is often in practice. Many small companies are under the illusion...

Integrated We Win. Siloed We Lose

So often it has been seen that the simple sayings of life happen to be true in the most complex situations. One such saying is ‘United We Stand. Divided We Fall.’ Today this proverb seems to fit in most of the organizations that are dealing with multiple...

Integrations are Essential to Iterative Development – How?

Recent trends have seen an iterative approach to software development as opposed to Big Bang release of complex software. This approach has increased customer satisfaction by bringing them much earlier into the release process and has helped organizations...

An Introduction to The ESB-Based Tool Integration Approach

Using middleware to support distributed applications started gaining popularity back in the 1980s as a way to link newer applications to older legacy systems. Many vendors and open source groups have worked to support middleware functionalities, including...