For managers and practitioners of a product development project, having clear, real-time visibility and insight is critical for success. But for many organizations, gathering insights is a time and labor-intensive endeavor. 

However, with a powerful lifecycle management tool like Helix ALM, all stakeholders in an organization can generate standardized and insightful reports instantly - rather than waiting days for an unstructured report.

  • In this webinar, you will learn:
  • Why reporting is crucial for project success 
  • The value of automated and standardized reporting 
  • How to develop logic and alignment throughout your workflow and fit the right visibility component to the appropriate stage in the product lifecycle
  • A demonstration of both Helix ALM templated reports and customizable reports.

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Tzvika Shahaf

Director of Product Management

Tzvika Shahaf, Director of Product Management at Perforce. Tzvika is an expert for Agile and Product lifecycle management, helping enterprises focus on shipping high-quality business-critical applications fast, while reducing risk and inefficiency in their process. Tzvika is highly focused on traceability and meeting the product requirements based on the power of visualization, reporting and analysis of data.

Tzvika is co-author of two industry must-read professional books: Continuous Testing for DevOps Professionals (a practical guide from industry experts) & Accelerating Software Quality – Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence in the Age of DevOps. Tzvika is also a speaker and presenter in global industry events about continuous testing, Agile lifecycle management, traceability and more.

Charles Lane

Charles Lane

Solutions Engineer for Helix ALM, Perforce

Charles Lane is our newest Solutions Engineer for Helix ALM. He has a background in technical demonstrations and works alongside our customers to improve their workflow. His goal is to find the best way to use Helix ALM to maximize its functionality and improve your applications lifecycle.