Process Driven Requirements Engineering
Visure Requirements becomes the process backbone representing all requirement-related artefacts
The block diagrams visually reflect the elements and the relationships in the process so they can be understood by all the stakeholders and users. Using the block diagrams it is possible to define new artefacts (or new type of elements) and characterize them with specific fields: Create different types of requirements (functional, non- functional, etc.), tests (validation, verification, etc.) and other elements
- Use hierarchy between blocks to extend the behavior of elements: Functional requirements are also requirements, but with specific fields, properties and traceability
- Restrict traceability based on the traces represented in the diagram: Allow users to create a use case only out of a functional requirements and never out of a non-functional one
- Use the diagram to navigate to different items or even to analyze traceability, even the indirect traces!
- Define custom approval process for each element your are managing based on the workflows diagram
- Any Requirements process supported:
- CMMI level 2 and 3
- Tender management processes (RFI, RFP, etc.)
- Agile methodologies
- Product validation
- Ad hoc processes….who can easily understand, follow and participate in the defined process, enforcing it.
- All the artifacts along with the block diagrams and workflows allow users to define and follow from very simple to highly complex Requirements processes in just one single tool.
- All the stakeholders can easily understand, follow and participate in the defined process.
- Administrators can enforce users to follow the process by customizing each element field and restricting traceability.
- Generate triggers to notify users about the status change of an element following its workflow: "Your requirements have been approved"