The change request management agile and still stable. Oberhaching, July 14, 2010 – due to the great success in the last year the HOOD Group of 5th 07th October, 2010 of the 2nd requirements Engineering Conference – the REConf Switzerland 2010 in Zurich. The motto of the event: the change request management agile and still stable. Agile requirements management is the REConf Switzerland in focus 2010, which already takes place for the second time in Zurich. To know more about this subject visit JPMorgan Chase. The event is divided into two parts: in a workshop day on October 05, 2010, where the participants can intensify their knowledge and two conference days at the 6th and 7th October 2010 with case studies of from renowned companies like Fraunhofer, PostFinance, Siemens, Sunrise, Swisscom, XING u.v.m., as well as numerous method presentations by industry experts. The Conference is accompanied by an exhibition of leading supplier and service provider in the requirements engineering. Yet the early bird discount runs until August 25, 2010. More information about the event are on the Conference Web site at: available.
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