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Unifying Requirements and Design with a Simplified Requirements Analysis Workflow
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2012
2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT / 18:00 GMT (Duration: 1 hour)
Change is inevitable. The success or failure of product and system development often hinges on the ability to respond quickly to customer, business or market requirements changes. Learn how utilizing a new workflow provided by the Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering simplifies the way that systems engineers and software developers can trace requirements to design information. The new workflow, made possible by Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC), makes it easier to understand and manage the impact of change on the design with bi-directional traceability between requirements and design information.
Presenter:
Paul Urban
Paul Urban has more than 20 years experience in the embedded and real-time systems industry developing systems, software and hardware. Currently, Paul works for IBM as a Market Manager for Rhapsody and the Medical Device Industry. He has worked with Rational Rhapsody since 1995 in various roles including application engineer, consultant, and product marketing. Prior to this Paul focused on the development of custom hardware for high performance computing applications.
Moderator:

Theodore Rozolis, Senior Marketing Manager IEEE Computer Society

Theodore Rozolis is the Senior Marketing Manager at the IEEE Computer Society. He brings diverse experience from over 20 years of management, marketing, sales, customer care, engineering and business development in the telecom, Internet and wireless industries. Throughout the past 5 years, Ted created/launched/managed Internet and private network data services at TelePacific Communications, and prior to that at Airmesh Communications directed customer service, extended corporate communications, performed field operations and grew partnerships with wireless software/hardware vendors and metropolitan municipalities. Ted managed regional sales and engineering teams for Velocita Corp., Level 3 Communications, and E.Spire Communications all during their early startup years. Ted also developed the marketing plans, public relations and product development for the Internet division of MFS Communications (Worldcom) during the early 1990s.

Ted holds an MBA from the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University and a B.S. degree in Computer Science/Mathematics from Santa Clara University.
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