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Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)

Improve customer satisfaction while saving costs and time

ALM is a clear roadmap for your application and helps teams collaborate effectively. Better decision making, faster development and deployment, higher quality.

Benefits of Application Lifecycle Management

ALM improves the speed of development of a product. It ensures agility as well as effective and efficient work. Resources can be planned better, costs and resources are saved. ALM is a clear roadmap for the life cycle – from request to maintenance. Workflows are transparent and everyone knows their function and role, and everyone knows the progress. ALM enables faster development and deployment of products. In addition, the agile approach allows for high-quality products. Support and application maintenance ensure a stable environment for long-term use of the product.

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Trouble-free app development process

Developing an application requires many resources, as well as standardized processes and documentation. Implementation of processes and resources in ALM provides an overview of the entire process. Execution by developers or testers can be easily tracked. With all the information, each team member can acquire detailed knowledge about an app and use it later.

Increase productivity and deliver faster

ALM enables the implementation and enforcement of best practice processes and proven methodologies. Shorter development cycles and faster software delivery reduce the transition time between phases and allow for increased productivity. Teams collaborate more efficiently, thus minimizing human error and delivery delays.

Improve quality

ALM has an impact on the overall quality of a software product. It reduces the number of defects, identifies inconsistencies between requirements, enables and ensures efficient testing, and thus improves quality. The quality of work is checked at every stage, and errors are detected during the process rather than at the end.