What is New in Rommana ALM 13.2?

Rommana ALM continues to be the most comprehensive ALM available. We continue to add features as requested by our customers. Rommana ALM 13.2 has the following major features:

  • Interactive Dashboard

    Project managers can now have all critical project information at their fingertips. This dashboard has data grids and charts displaying critical information such as test coverage status, bug report status, feature burn-down charts, requirement status, etc. Project managers can also configure the dashboard to include or exclude charts and data grids.

  • Interactive Project Timeline Report

    Project managers can now manipulate the project timeline in a highly graphical form to add tasks, allocate resources, and adjust estimates.

  • Interactive Task Duration Report

    The Task Duration Reports is another variation of the Project Timeline which allows project managers to focus more on tasks, completions, status, and responsibilities. Project managers can change task assignment, duration, and even create new tasks right from the report.

  • Issue Details Report

    IN addition to the Issue Report Summary Report, Rommana ALM 13.2 now provides Issue Report Details Report which includes detailed history of an issue report over time.

  • Bugzilla integration

    In addition to integration with Jira, Rommana ALM 13.2 now integrates with Bugzilla with same level of seamlessness it provides with the Jira integration. You no can link bug reports in Bugzilla back to test cases, scenarios, use cases, and requirements in Rommana ALM. As it is the case with the Jira integration, you can either keep your bug reports in Bugzilla or import them to Rommana to use the more powerful Issue Management component of Rommana.

  • Product Portfolio Management

    Rommana ALM 13.2 now allows you to manage your portfolio of products and projects delivering releases and iterations of those products.

  • Traceability of Requirements and Scenarios to Code Modules

    With the integration with SVN, developers can now associate each requirement, Use Case, or Scenario to the specific code modules that were written to implement these entities. Since scenarios are also linked to test cases written by the test team, this feature allows the project team to assess the level of code coverage by making sure there is enough test cases for each code module.