Capturing quality requirements is an eternal (and much too often, elusive!) goal. Good requirements can increase productivity, improve quality and reduce cost (development, support, and liability). However, ensuring quality of requirements using traditional manual approaches is difficult and time consuming.
Further, and too often, generic requirement management tooling leads us into a false sense of completeness and quality. A large collection of managed and linked requirements is not necessarily a good set of requirements. This session will provide you with a wealth of guidance, key success factors and introduce you to proven tool capabilities that extend beyond “the usual” – all focused on helping you reach the goal of “good quality requirements.” In addition, we’ll look at these capabilities and associated results as applied in helping PALLAS as they work to realize a state of the art nuclear reactor.