Requirements traceability automation

  • 13-Mar-2009 02:36 EDT

LDRA Software Technology's TBreq v3.0 provides next-generation management and complete automation of requirements traceability with software testing and verification. By automating the management of software requirements, the system enables developers to reduce software errors, project costs, and resource constrai­nts. It allocates requirements and verification artifacts, making them visible across a network of user work spaces. All informal changes and test results are recorded, and any requirements impacted by these changes are highlighted so that all team members can identify data which might be suspect. The software automatically creates the requirements traceability matrix with single-view, end-to-end, graphical traceability reports. Analysts and project managers are provided a complete picture of traceability from requirements to design, code, test specifications, and test results. The latest release gives the user mouse-over controls at the requirement level. Intuitive project views not only provide requirement hierarchy and associated verification task visibility but also the ability to assign users, verification groups, and test case identifiers and to indicate that a requirement has been properly verified with a single mouse click.

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