Yehoshua Shoshan

Polarion ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) Everything you need to accelerate innovation
v. Yehoshua Shoshan, Technical Area Manager

Embedded software is in virtually all the products we come in contact with every day. For example, there are 100+ million lines of code in automotive, 24% of Medical device recalls are due to software issues, and there’s 15.4% growth in the software-driven “Smart Appliance” market.

As a result the use of embedded software is quickly infringing on hardware’s dominance in the product development process. However in many environments software development is a siloed activity that leads to disconnects between product requirements and implementation that leads to product recalls or product failures. In legacy software development environments, many different point solutions are used to manage the application lifecycle.

As a result, development artifacts are scattered, slowing down collaboration, hindering transparency, undermining integrity and making it difficult to drive innovation. This presentation will cover the challenges in today’s embedded software development and how we can help organizations with a unified solution that divers project transparency through real-time aggregated management information. It enables everyone to be aligned around what is being built and why, to drive advancement while protecting integrity and compliance.

This approach helps teams respond faster and with better quality to new business opportunities and customer demands.

Yehoshua Shoshan, MSc. Is the technical area manager of InnoFour BV. This role bring Yehoshua in contact with a large number of companies in Scandinavia who struggle with securing they do things right in efficient and documented way. In his presentation, Yehoshua will give a breath overview of how application lifecycle management ensure one does the things right with full project management control.

Since his graduation from KTH, Yehoshua held a number of IC related technical positions in Ericsson, LSI Logic and Texas Instruments.

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