A Web Seminar
June 22, 2000

 Theme: Product Requirements Definition in Internet Time
Location:
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA

This covers our new, commercially supported, Windows-based Easy WinWin joint with Group Systems.com (available via your Web browser from 10:30 to 11:30am Pacific Daylight Time) requirements groupware system.

For the Easy WinWin Web Seminar (webinar), you should receive an email and/or surface mail invitation soon from GroupSystems.com, providing information and ways to register.  We found GroupSystems.comís groupware capabilities very flexible, interoperable, and user-friendly as a basis for developing Easy Win Win, and the result has been a much more robust, time-efficient, natural WinWin capability.  The presentations will include a context-setting introduction by George Snow, VP of GroupSystems.com; my overview of WinWin and its negotiation model; a summary of a recent use of Easy WinWin by Paul Gruenbacher, the architect and main developer of Easy Win Win; and a user summary of another recent use of Easy WinWin by Nikunj Mehta, VP-Technology of Mediaconnex.  It will also provide information on the followup Easy WinWin hands-on tutorial July 25-26.

For any questions, please let LaDonna Pierce know at the address below:

Ms. LaDonna Pierce
Center for Software Engineering
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0781
Phone: (213) 740-5703
Fax: (213) 740-4927
Email: ladonna@sunset.usc.edu
 
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