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New Post 10/30/2021 8:04 AM
User is offline Ged Dunn
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Recommendations for Requirements Analysis Application 

We are carrying out a suite selection process for a Requirements Management application and would very much appreciate suggestions and recommendations. 

Requirements:

Must have:

  • Cloud hosted
  • Good lifecycle capabilities - configure states eg Draft -> Proposed ->Approved etc.
  • Good requirements versioning capabilities similar to where you can store different versions of the same requirement (ie similar to GitHub)

Nice to have

  • Ideally free trial and/or scalable pricing (<=$50/seat)
  • Inegrated with Jira 

Looked at Jama (pricey?) Jira (no versioning) 

Any comments/recommendations would be appreciated.

 

 
New Post 10/31/2021 5:53 PM
User is offline hims111
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Re: Recommendations for Requirements Analysis Application 

Hello Ged,

A couple of mates (ex. colleagues) have used Dimensions RM and MindManager and had some good feedback about them. Although, I haven't had the opportunity to use either of these tools. Thought of adding these to the mix.

Hope this helps.

Kind Regards,

Hims

 

 
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