Jama Software Partners with Sterling PLM

Partnership expands lifecycle management and Live Traceability expertise offerings.

Partnership expands lifecycle management and Live Traceability expertise offerings.

Jama Software, requirements management and traceability solution provider and Sterling PLM, a company in engineering management problem-solving, have partnered together to expand expertise and offerings across requirements management and Live Traceability solutions.

“Jama Software's world-class consulting organization—that spans across multiple verticals including medical device development—will be greatly complemented by this partnership with Sterling PLM,” says Tom Tseki, chief revenue officer at Jama Software. “Sterling PLM expands on our already comprehensive services that drive measured improvements across product development processes that result in faster time to market and higher product quality.”

“At Sterling PLM, we have years of experience cultivating superior technical and lifecycle management know-how. We pride ourselves on our ability to anticipate problems before they become apparent to our clients,” says Dan Sterling, president, chief executive officer, and founder at Sterling PLM. “We are excited to add Jama Connect® to our arsenal of technology solutions, adding to our capability to apply our specialized expertise and customized approach to solving problems for our clients.” 

Jama Connect is the only platform that delivers Live Traceability across engineering disciplines through the entire product development process to reduce defects, delays, rework and cost overruns. Sterling PLM's team has decades of combined experience consulting. By partnering with Jama Software, Sterling PLM will collaborate and support lifecycle management services around configuration, training and process development.

“We're especially excited to leverage the expertise and experience of the Sterling PLM team with our Medical Device customers,” says Vincent Balgos, director, Medical Solution at Jama Software. “They'll be a great addition to our out-of-the-box solutions for medical device developers and provide specialty services such as computer systems validation and legacy tool data migration.”

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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