Thanks to the experience gained by the partners with previous projects we are quick-starting our operations and we can start helping projects launch their beta testing campaign right now. ReachOut is a three-year project and of course we are still fixing details and the timeline here below tells you what to expect in 2019. 


But there is more than the ReachOut timeline, projects must consider their own timeline and carefully plan the launch of their beta testing campaigns. Being a phase in the software development lifecycle, beta testing should have a limited duration. In a research project, it must be strategically positioned in the project timeline. If it is too early, partners will not have the time to deliver software mature enough to be tested, and if it is too late, there would be no time to incorporate feedbacks before the end of the project.

The Reachout project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 825307.

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