April 24 2014
Wrtitten by Ciset Gestor

Requirements are, without a doubt, better managed with a “real” Requirements Management System (RMS) than with an office tool. Despite of that, and despite of the fact that we have already issued a list of the most common requirements management tools, we’re glad to offer a template based on Excel for your requirements.

December 20 2013
Wrtitten by Ciset Gestor

The aim of RQS is to enhance the quality of your requirements specifications. RQS is based on metrics, some of them for correctness, although other about consistency and completeness are also available. Other resources such as the INCOSE´s Guide for Writing Requirements also share the same goal.

December 04 2013
Wrtitten by José Fuentes

A requirements management tool helps you to store the different requirements, prioritize them and manage different versions of them. Using a requirements tool you can also trace relationships between different requirements.