HP's ALM allows 360-degree links from requirements through defects and its dashboard provides an easy way to produce effective metrics.
The growing start-up provides another typical ALM scenario.
This scenario generally consists of small organizations that have experienced tremendous growth, sometimes due to the release of their first products.
Microsoft's Team Foundation Server (TFS) provides strong version control and configuration features and it can be integrated with HP's ALM product in order to take advantage of HP's strong requirements and testing functionalities.
Microsoft's ALM suite is a particularly good choice for organizations that use a . NET developers use Visual Studio and often like to use TFS.
When you mail 1099 forms to the IRS, you must group them together and attach a separate 1096 for each group of 1099 forms.
Because the 1096 is a special machine-readable form, it should always be printed on the IRS regulation pre-printed form rather than plain-paper forms.
Make the wrong decision and money is wasted on "shelfware" that is never used.
Make the right decision with an ALM software suite, though, and an organization can save time and money and keep that software off the shelf.
Here is a look at several use case scenarios in which an organization might be looking for a complete ALM suite, and how some of the ALM software suites could be a fit in those situations.
Large businesses, especially those that result from a merger or multiple mergers may have several different and incompatible ways of approaching ALM.
Also, HP has recently offered a software as a service (Saa S) option.