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Requirement Tools and User Story Tools

requirement tools The Rommana Requirement Management component combines most features supported by most requirement tools. The integration of the requirement management tools with all other Rommana components through the common repository makes it possible for Rommana to provide complete traceability of requirements to Use Cases, Test Cases, Scenarios, Issue Reports and many other project artifacts. This traceability is not supported by other requirement tools. Requirements tools in Rommana ALM was awarded "Best Requirement Tools" by RQX Global over 33 other requirement tools.

Using the Requirement Management component in Rommana you can perform the following activities:
  • Seamlessly switch between requirements and user Stories for agile projects
  • Define functional requirements, quality requirements and any other type of requirements as it fits within your project
  • Move requirement and user stories from one project to another
  • Import thousands of requirements from Microsoft Word or Excel files with few mouse clicks
  • Maintain different versions of a requirement and plan them for different releases or iterations
  • Create a new requirement based on a Change Request
  • Create a new Requirement based on an issue report or customer tickets
  • Conduct online collaborative requirements and scenario reviews
  • Associate requirements with system functional components
  • Trace requirements and scenarios back to code modules stored in version control tools
  • Define Tasks, Risks, and Actions for a requirement
  • Define Use Cases and Use Case Scenarios for a requirement
  • Define all other types of Scenarios for a Requirement
  • Declare a requirement as baselined to control further changes
  • Associate Change Requests to a baselined or implemented requirement to create a new version of the requirement
  • Plan different requirements for different releases or iterations
  • Associate different artifacts and models to provide more details for a requirement
  • Maintain different types of relationships between requirements
  • Importing requirements between different projects and releases
  • Define approval authorities for requirements and monitor approval status
  • Maintain a history of all changes to a requirement or a user story
  • Define custom attributes for requirements

The User Story tools in Rommana ALM support the same features of requirement tools.