For the 25th time already, microTOOL GmbH invites you to their annual user conference. This time, on the sixth and seventh of May 2015 in the Hotel Mövenpick in Berlin. Under the motto “On your marks, get set, go!” the software manufacturer starts off on a new level with customers, partners and interested parties. Lecturers from different branches will report on best practices in project management, requirements management and modelling. The focus will be on the implementation of procedure models like the V Model or PRINCE2. On the first conference day, there will be lots of bartering about project management methods and leadership in our “knowledge black market”. The event is orientated toward IT managers, project managers, system analysts, those responsible for quality assurance and processes, software architects, developers and consultants who use software from microTOOL or who want to get to know it.
The lecture program covers broad topics. Customers will report on the selection, deployment and use of microTOOL’s solutions: in-STEP BLUE, in-STEP RED and objectiF RM. Contributions from MAN Truck & Bus, Kapsch CarrierCom, Ikea, The Saxon Police Administration Bureau and oose Innovative will show the implementation areas of the software in practice. Tim Weilkiens, one of the co-developers of OMG Standards SysML has mapped the system modeling process (SYSMOD) in objectiF RM and will introduce this process with a tool connection on the second day of the conference. Rudolf Siebenhofen has an excursion to China, where he deployed in-STEP BLUE for microTOOL at a business. The co-author of the V model XT, Wolfgang Kranz, and the management of the SPUG Germany, who will talk about broadening the knowledge of the project management software and Steffen Wendel will give an overview of the further development of these two project management methods.
microTOOL GmbH will present a new version of their project management software, established eighteen years ago, in-STEP BLUE. Version 5.0 will appear in April 2015 – not just with a fresh new look, but also with a whole range of new features.
The format “Knowledge to go” on the second day is also new. In six short sessions, themes like use case 2.0 and BABOK 3.0 as well as tips on the adaptability of the tools will be given. Apart from the lecture program, the conference offers room for industry-wide exchange of methods, trends and best practices in software and system development.