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Systems Engineering: Announcing an Online Course with NTT DATA & Intland Software

Rising product complexity and shortening development times are challenging tech developers. Systems Engineering (SE) is a modern approach to solve these problems. We’re partnering up with NTT DATA to launch a 3-part webinar training course in SE – join us to learn all you need to know about this modern product engineering discipline!

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Part 1/3: Start on Your Path to Systems Engineering with NTT DATA & Intland Software

Organizations involved in the development of complex, software-driven products are finding that yesterday’s rigid development approaches no longer do the job. In an ever-faster market environment, relying on old ways of product engineering will lead to longer cycle times. This, in turn, can have your company falling behind in the race where faster time to market means a competitive edge.

To overcome the challenges caused by legacy methods, Systems Engineering applies systems-thinking principles to help manage complexity. Applying an SE approach provides a more efficient way of managing the increasingly sophisticated development lifecycles of modern technology products.

Part 1 of our webinar series provides insights into the fundamental strategies and practices that help implement Systems Engineering in modern product development.

Start on Your Path to Systems Engineering with NTT DATA & Intland Software

Part 2/3: When, Why, and How to Adopt Model-Based Systems Engineering

Continuing our systems engineering training course, the second webinar in this 3-part series will introduce the concept of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).

Unifying the various aspects of product innovation and delivery in the digital era is a challenge. MBSE provides a formalized approach that applies modeling principles to help manage product lifecycles.

In part 2, we’ll introduce the concept of MBSE and identify the pain points it can help overcome. After analyzing some key use cases, NTT DATA’s experts will cover the most important MBSE best practices and will provide insights to guide your transition to MBSE.

When, Why, and How to Adopt Model-Based Systems Engineering

Part 3/3: Best Practices for Implementing Systems Engineering with NTT DATA

After understanding the general concept of Systems Engineering, you may be wondering how your organization could benefit. In part 3, we’ll focus on the challenges of implementation.

In this webinar course, NTT DATA and Intland Software’s experts will provide practical tips to guide you on your path to SE, sharing actionable insights on PPMTCO (Product, Process, Methods, Tools, Culture, Organization). Part 3 will cover the organizational change the implementing SE requires, and we’ll also share a checklist of best practices, roadmap, and key success factors to implementing Systems Engineering in your organization.

Best Practices for Implementing Systems Engineering with NTT DATA

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