Real-time Access for Every User Level in Your Review Process.
Empower every experience level user within your team by customizing their access across the project.
What is it and Why it's Important
A requirements review process is a systematic approach that involves engagement with key stakeholders and the project team. This review process entails a detailed evaluation of the requirements document line by line. The main purpose of the requirements review process is to ensure that the requirements are complete, precise, clear, and that all stakeholders are on the same page.
Requirements authoring is a monotonous and complex process, making it inevitable that errors may occur at some stage. That's why it's important to have a requirements review process in place to identify areas that require modifications, corrections, and clarifications.
Make Better Decisions by Involving Team Members before Applying Change with Visure's Commenting Feature
With Visure's Commenting feature, you can now involve all stakeholders and team members in every discussion before applying any changes in projects.
This will result in higher quality decisions, and increase in collaboration and productivity across the organization regarding change in requirements by any kind.
In addition, Visure's Commenting feature enables teams to lower their number of changes across projects, resulting in a decrease in cycle times and development costs.
Applying Change Management in Your Review Process
Once you configure your data model on how you want to trace requirements with each item, including, testing, defects, and risk, you will be able to define elements and components across all projects within the tool.
Per each element, every time a new modification has been made, it gets saved in real time, and automatically creates a new version. Each version will be documented and saved under a version history.
Every time a new version has been created, it triggers the tool to automatically create suspect links which are traced to all of the elements which have been modified.
Suspect Links tell you that something has been change, which requires team members to verify what has been change and approve it. Within Visure, you can access a suspect link cleaner to easily track, review and approve each one.
Creating and Adapting Your Workflow
In order to create alignment, establish a proper requirements review process and gain a full end-to-end traceability with Visure, you first need determine your attribute workflow within the tool.
This means determining the stages of each requirements and items, which your team can modelize and customize each of those stages independently, allowing you to:
• Create a new workflow process or adapting your current one to determine how you want to go from one stage to another.
• Determine which specific user can transition from one point or stage to another one.
• Enable email notifications and scripts within the tool across each stage.
Customize, Create and Sign Baseline for Your Review Process
With Visure, you can create baseline at any point in time. Baselines can be created for a specific and determined requirements, set of attributes, specifications, and entire documents or projects.
Once something is baseline, you can access the baseline from any of the different Visure tools, these includes Visure’s Contributor, Clients Dashboard, and Authoring.
In addition, your team can compare baselines across multiple projects and highlight the differences between each one.
Once the baseline process has been created and saved within the tool, you can establish the review and online signature process for each test, defects, and risk process that you have configured within your data model in the tool.
Automate your Baseline Signature Process by Exporting Baseline in Any Format
Within Visure, you'll be able to export your baseline process from the the tool in any type of format, such as PDF, MS Office, etc. This will enable you to have them signed in the format you establish, applying it to your review and signature process, saving them directly into your documenting system.