In legacy software development environments, many different point solutions are used to manage the application lifecycle. As a result, development artifacts are scattered, slowing down collaboration, hindering transparency, undermining integrity and making it difficult to drive innovation.
Polarion ALM gives organizations one unified solution that delivers project transparency through real-time aggregated management information. Everyone is aligned around what is being built and why to drive advancement while protecting integrity and compliance. This helps teams respond faster and with better quality to new business opportunities and customer demands.
An application lifecycle management solution today must follow the trends and challenges of modern software development: increasing demands for customization and variants, highly complex projects, distributed teams, and more. We base our ALM solution around these 3 core pillars:
Polarion enables teams to collaborate on shared assets easily and securely. You can control who can see what, who can change what, and when via granular permission controls and robust configurable workflow automation.
With Polarion you can ensure completeness of the information about every step in a development process. Every step is just a click away - starting with modified lines of code up to high-level change requests.
Studies reveal that 60 to 80 percent of requirements, code and tests are shared between projects. With Polarion, you can reuse or branch your data for effective sequential or parallel project and product line development.
“Polarion was fundamental to our success thanks to the real-time access to centralized information at the right level for each collaborator.”
Stephanie Schwendinger, System Development Zumtobel Group
“The flexibility to define your software development process, the possibility to customize Polarion to your needs is actually unreached in the market of ALM tools.”
“Polarion offers a complete Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) suite for greater visibility into the software development process.”
Principal Analyst, OVUM