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Enhance your TFS implementation with inteGREAT

To finish up 2012 we have local Software Vendor eDevTECH sponsoring the food for our meeting. They will be showing the integration with inteGREAT and TFS. Bring your BA, SA along for a great session.

Organizations that perform .NET or Java development, in part or whole, have already deployed or are in the process of deploying Team Foundation Server (TFS). The decision to implement TFS has been based on discussions around the support provided by TFS to the development and testing communities as well as to the Project Managers. The group that has not been part of this discussion, in most cases, is the Business/Systems/Enterprise analysts. This is the group that documents the business needs and decomposes them into requirements that the development and testing teams can implement.
TFS provides what Microsoft describes as ‘lightweight’ requirements management. inteGREAT has been referred to by Microsoft as the “formal requirements tool” that provides the perfect complement to TFS by extending its capabilities in the requirements definition and management space.

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