Requirements Management Tools

Mastering Complexity, Structures, Tools

Many projects run over several years, have many stakeholders, and are distributed across the boundaries of organizations and sites. Frequently, this leads not only to adaptations of the requirements or to changes of requirements modeling, but also affects the way these are processed, structured, and managed.

The result is that complexity increases and leads to problems such as untraceable requirements, incompatible tools, uncertainty regarding how to proceed in the requirements analysis, and thus to contradictory, resp. incomplete requirements.

The following characteristics assure the quality of requirements:

  • Understandable
  • Unambiguous
  • Verifiable
  • Consistent
  • Complete
  • Testable

We help companies set up their requirements engineering in such a way that the structuring of the requirements and the associated artifacts and tools supports the work of their employees and that changes that arise (organizational, personnel-related, content-related, financial, etc.) can be mastered without major effort.

Tool chains tailored to the individual circumstances form the basis that allows optimal cooperation despite non-uniform interfaces.

As a customer, you will benefit, among other things, from:

  • clear and implementable responsibilities for individual project stakeholders
  • interoperable collaboration without manual data transformation
  • greater transparency regarding the status and structure of the requirements

This will make it easier to plan your project work and to make it more efficient, which in turn will facilitate calculation of the ever-present project risks.

Learn more about our references in complex project contexts!

References from the area of Requirements Engineering