The purpose of requirements management is to provide up-to-date and historical information about the results of requirements engineering. Along with requirements, these results include stakeholders and their goals, personas, use cases, technical data models, expert components, test cases, risks, UML and SysML diagrams and documents like the requirement specification document, etc.
Be it a result, diagram, file or document – in everyday project work, the same questions always come up: What is the current version? Who changed what? How are the two versions different? Which versions of different results represent a common development state? Are there stable older versions of results that the team can return to just in case? Which product variants does a requirement, a test case, etc., refer to? objectiF RM provides the answers to these questions.
With objectiF RM, you can
- Manage a range of requirements engineering results and their complex relationships under version control,
- Look back at the results’ history at any time,
- Launch variety management at a requirement level.