Agile Design Controls: How to Support Rapid Design Iterations for SW-Intensive Medical Devices
How to examples using Matrix ALM and JIRA
Traditional methods for medical device development cannot keep up with the challenges of modern, software-intensive medical devices, which need to be developed iteratively and to be regularly updated after launch. Software tools for requirements management, test management, and defect tracking allow product development teams to make rapid design iterations while keeping all product data and DHF documentation in sync, but only if they are implemented properly.
This webinar brings together software and process experts to explain the best ways to implement your software tools to minimize the cost of product changes and therefore enable rapid design iterations. The webinar will illustrate this modern, flexible approach with examples using the Matrix ALM and JIRA software tools.
About the Speakers:
- Arnaud Alberts, Growth Manager at Matrix Requirements GmbH
- Aaron Joseph, Principal Consultant at Sunstone Pilot, Inc.
- Wolfgang Huber, co-founder at Matrix Requirements GmbH
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This is a three part recorded webinar series that illustrates a flexible and rigorous approach to managing design controls for software-intensive medical devices. I teamed up with software experts from Matrix Requirements to explain the methods with examples using the Matrix ALM and Jira software tools.
Agile for Medical Device Development
For background on the bigger picture of applying agile methods to medical device development, take a look at this webinar: “Why Haven’t More Medical Device Companies Embraced Agile?”