Tag: PI

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January 21, 2021

Which enhancements have been deployed in the last three months? The results of the Product Increment (PI) 2020-4

Matching themes: enhancements, PI, SAFe

From Portal to Surveys, from Sourcing to SCM, from Invoicing to Quality Management to AirSupply: many SupplyOn solutions have been enhanced in PI 2020-4.
From Portal to Surveys, from Sourcing to SCM, from Invoicing to Quality Management to AirSupply: many SupplyOn solutions have been enhanced in PI 2020-4

As an important part of our agile software development, we not only plan the next steps at the end of each quarter, but we also look back: What has been developed? Which progress did the different development teams achieve? What has actually been implemented?

Here is a summary of the most important enhancements from PI 2020-4: Read more

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October 8, 2020

What has been developed in the last three months? The results of the Program Increment (PI) 2020-3

Matching themes: enhancements, PI, SAFe

An overview of the latest enhancements to SupplyOn solutions
An overview of the latest enhancements to SupplyOn solutions

As an important part of our agile software development, we not only plan the next steps at the end of each quarter, but we also look back: What has been developed? Which progress did the different development teams achieve? What has actually been implemented? Read more

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August 12, 2020

What’s new at SupplyOn? The results of the last Program Increment (PI)

Matching themes: enhancements, PI, SAFe

A look back at what has been achieved: Our customers can benefit from these further developments of SupplyOn solutions from the PI 2020-2
A look back at what has been achieved: Our customers can benefit from these further developments of SupplyOn solutions from the PI 2020-2

Agile software development not only involves planning for the future, but also always looking back: What (and how) did the various development teams do over the last twelve weeks? What innovations and improvements are there in the individual areas? And: Which planned steps from the previous PI Planning could be implemented … and how? Read more

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