CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH DEFENCE INDUSTRY STANDARDS
Construction projects in the security and defence industry are necessarily subject to high standards with regard to operability and usability of the systems to be developed. By building an integrated configuration management system at an early stage, product complexity can be handled in a manageable way and benefits can thus be reaped on a sustainable basis.
EARNED VALUE MANAGEMENT AS AN AUTOMATED EARLY WARNING SYSTEM AND MANAGEMENT TOOL
Modern development projects require innovative management methods to enable control of the dimensions of time, costs and performance in a single integrated system. Implemented correctly, this is precisely where earned value management (EVM) can be an effective project management tool.
WHAT IS CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT?
Managing configurations – it sounds easier than it is. Increasing product complexity presents us with new challenges in many areas. Configuration management, too, requires adapted processes and new digital structures. From configuration identification to the systemic management of units through to the intelligent integration of change in your product structure and baseline. Why this is necessary? See for yourself.
VOLKER HESSE IS LEAVING DIGITALSALT
Our co-founder and managing director Volker Hesse is leaving the company on 28 February 2021 and will be taking on new professional challenges. Björn Jahnke and André Averhoff will assume responsibility for his range of tasks.
Due to different ideas about the strategic orientation of the company, we have decided by mutual consent to go our separate ways professionally. Yet we remain connected to Volker Hesse and wish him all the best and much success for what lies in store in the future.
“We are very grateful to Volker for all he has done for digitalsalt since founding the company together. In addition to developing the company professionally and strategically, he has contributed in particular to establishing a distinctly open, trusting and appreciative corporate culture, from which we will all continue to benefit in future.”
Björn Jahnke and André Averhoff