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Increase Productivity with MS Outlook Integration for Application Development

Microsoft Outlook happens to be one of the most popular Email applications.  It also includes Task Manager and Contact Manager. Outlook is basically a Personal Information Manager that comes with Microsoft Office Suite. Developers, analysts, testers and other people associated with application development process usually communicate through emails, especially when the team is distributed over various geographic locations.

An option to add Requirements, Defects or Change Requests directly from Outlook can be handy. It is not required to login to any other system – just read the email and add it as a record to the mapped ALM solution with just few clicks. What if your Outlook client was connected to all the other applications you use in a day’s work? Wouldn’t it be great to see your Application Development Tasks pop up right inside your mailbox?  How about being able to mark your development tasks as completed from outlook? Or if you could get detail notifications when a defect is assigned to you?  These productivity boosting benefits of a robust Outlook integration with your ALM tools would be discussed and demonstrated in the webinar through a walkthrough of an Integrated ALM scenario implemented through the Kovair Omnibus solution.

Key Questions Answered 

  • What is Integrated ALM?
  • What are the benefits of Integrated ALM?
  • Why integrate with Outlook?
  • How it increases productivity of the project team?
  • How does this help in project execution?

Click this link for more details and register for this Webinar:

www.techgig.com/expert-speak/Increase-Productivity-with-MS-Outlook-Integration-for-Application-Development-446

Who Should Attend?
CTO’s, Architects, Project Managers, Project Leaders, Developers, QA Leaders

Kovair Software is a software product company specializing in the domain of Application Lifecycle Management - ALM solutions and supports global software development and management. Kovair's focus on integrating third-party best-of-breed ALM tools enables creation of applications in a synchronized tools environment.