Tag: requirements tool

Knowing How to Use Your (Requirements) Tools

Knowing How to Use Your (Requirements) Tools ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

When it comes to any project, the right tool makes all the difference.Whether in woodworking, engineering, or fashion design, having the proper tools makes things easier and more efficient. The same can be said in the world of requirements. The need for requirements tools in the world of IT product development is almost mandatory. Given ArgonDigital’s recent […]

“A Poor Craftsman blames the (requirements) tool”

“A Poor Craftsman blames the (requirements) tool” ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

The decision to use a requirements tool is dependent on a number of factors: size of project, number of system interlocks, global teams, specific business objectives tied to real dollar figures, just to name a few.  In this post I will describe the key benefits of using a requirements management tool early on to capture […]

“A Poor Craftsman blames the (requirements) tool”

“A Poor Craftsman blames the (requirements) tool” ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

The decision to use a requirements tool is dependent on a number of factors: size of project, number of system interlocks, global teams, specific business objectives tied to real dollar figures, just to name a few.  In this post I will describe the key benefits of using a requirements management tool early on to capture […]

Is Traceability Possible Without a Requirement Management Tool?

Is Traceability Possible Without a Requirement Management Tool? ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

I have spent the last year and a half working on an enterprise software solution development effort where we do not use a Requirements Management tool like Caliber or Visual Studio TFS. Our requirements are created in Word using standardized templates and distributed to Development and Test teams for consumption. Test cases are written in […]

Why You Should Use Requirements Tools

Why You Should Use Requirements Tools ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

This is the typical response received when we suggest using a formal requirement management tool. “Doesn’t MS Word provide enough functionality  to manage requirements? We’ve been using it and it’s worked fine for us so far.” It may be simple to jot ideas and start writing requirements in a Word document, or any other text […]