Enfocus on Requirements Management
Create requirement bundles to meet the needs of your project, whether agile or waterfall. Baseline requirements, manage changes, and trace their activity.
- Link Requirements to Enterprise Architecture
Build an enterprise knowledgebase of business processes, IT services, stakeholders and business rules, and use these materials when defining new requirements. This will enable requirements to be automatically linked to the enterprise architecture.
- Requirements Change Management
Control changes to requirement bundles through powerful change management features. Changes are documented with a change request form and a complete audit trail is maintained of what was changed, added, or deleted.
- Support Multiple Development Teams
Draw from all your requirements, anytime, anywhere, whenever you need them. Teams on multiple projects can access requirements simultaneously. Build requirement bundles for different teams when multiple development teams are working on the same project.
- Solution Requirements
Write and manage functional and non-functional requirements. Prioritize functional requirements. Track orphans and requirements that have not been traced to stakeholder needs. Classify requirements by urgency, complexity, effort, or multiple other ways using flexible web 2.0 tagging features.
- Requirements Validation
Use powerful validation routines to confirm requirements meet stakeholders’ needs, are understood by developers, and can be tested by quality assurance staff.
- Transition Requirements
Define what needs to be done for the project to migrate to the new solution. Transition requirements often include those related to data conversion or staff training.
- Requirements Bundles
Organize requirements to correspond to development iterations or by team. Each bundle serves as an online requirement document and can be managed separately through its own defined lifecycle.
- Requirements Baselining
Baseline requirement bundles to control future changes and their associated requirements. Once baselined, changes to requirements require an approved change order.