microTOOL presents on global RE at the REConf 2016

microTOOL GmbH CEO and regular speaker at the REConf, Ursula Meseberg, is back at REConf 2016 with a new talk. Meseberg is presenting right after the keynote address at this, the largest German speaking conference for requirements engineering. Her talk is entitled “requirements engineering and business analysis—towards global professions”. In it she compares the methodological foundations for certifications based on IIBA, IREB and PMI.

microTOOL GmbH CEO and regular speaker at the REConf, Ursula Meseberg, is back at REConf 2016 with a new talk. Meseberg is presenting right after the keynote address at this, the largest German speaking conference for requirements engineering. Her talk is entitled “requirements engineering and business analysis—towards global professions”. In it she compares the methodological foundations for certifications based on IIBA, IREB and PMI.

“Connecting People—Overcoming Barriers” is the theme of this year’s REConf. The conference is geared towards bridging the gap between traditional requirements management and the agile world. ReConf 2016 promises to be another value packed year—it features fascinating talks, an exhibition for software developers, consulting companies and testing institutes and two workshop days before and after the conference. microTOOL GmbH is presenting its solutions for professional requirements engineering and IT project management with their software in-STEP RED, objectiF RM and in-STEP BLUE.

One main focus during the event is professionalizing business analyses and requirements engineering. There are different certification models for each of these areas and Ursula Meseberg will be speaking about the methodological foundations that three of the leading organizations have defined for their certifications. The spotlight is turned on the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK v3) as given by the International Institute for Business Analysis (IIBA) as well as lesson plans and scripts for tests used to provide the Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) certification, as awarded by the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB) and the “Business Analysis for Practitioners: A Practical Guide” by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Ms Meseberg cordially invites all attendees to an informal discussion after her talk at the microTOOL stand.

More information on the REConf 2016 can be found here.

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