Recently, I get lots of queries regarding “How QPack can help us managing distributed teams?”
Well, QPack has all it takes for managing and control a distributed development project.
In this post I will describe in short what are the main QPack tools that are used for distributed development.
Later on, I will give you our best practice and some tips of how to start and how to make it work.
whether you are a Project manager, product owner, project manager, software manager, tester or developer – you can use QPack collaborative tools and methodology for creating productive, distributed development teams using .
Web based system
For first, in order to implement a good collaborative environment, QPack web interface should be used, at least for the end users.
QPack Web is HTML5 based, and accessible using any browser and any operating system, thus making it accessible anywhere anytime.
Integrated ALM system with one repository
QPack in it’s nature is an integrated ALM system. QPack suite offers all modules required to manage a project, from market requirements definitions, to system and software requirements, detail design, test plan, test cases and test execution with defect tracking and task management, so every participant in the process has his own interface and everyone shares one central repository.
Full permissions and personalization
In QPack Web admin interface it is very easy to setup user profiles, and admin can decide with just few clicks who will see what and who can do what.
A unique and integrated instant messaging allows every participant in the process to share his ideas, ask questions and provide information.
the uniqueness of QPack instant messaging is in that every discussion is saved as audit log of the specific work items history (such as customer requirements or a defect). Users can later on go back and track decisions taken. It actually replaces conversations, emails, and uncontrolled documents
Queries, Alerts and notifications
by defining queries and alerts its very easy to track information and get notifications in “Push” mode, where QPack sends alerts containing activities to perform based on predefined rules.
Whether you are a developer, tester, or manager, you can personalize your dashboard accordingly.
You can setup any type of report