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5 Steps to Improve Change Request Management in Software Delivery

Source: Tata Consultancy Services
Change request management has become an integral part of modern day software delivery. While changes in the early design phase can be addressed without much effort, unforeseen changes during the later phases of software delivery can compromise the quality and delay the delivery of the software. Download this white paper and find out the five technology-driven steps that can facilitate the management of change requests.


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