…and the Winner Is…

Feb 02, 2011 2 Comments by

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2 Responses to “…and the Winner Is…”

  1. Steve says:

    Hi Kathy,
    While I make it a point to avoid endorsing any products or companies, I can tell you of a couple tools that I have heard of / have experience with.

    A couple of my past clients have used DOORS software from Rational with pretty good results. It’s easy to use and pretty straight-forward. It tracks requirements well – all the way through gathering, prioritization, design, development, QA/test and implementation.

    If you are doing Scrum/Agile software development, consider OnTime Now. It also has a fairly complete online toolkit for project management in the Agile environment.

    I am currently working with a client who uses Quality Center by HP. It is rather pricey and complex, but very thorough. It keeps the whole team synched up through the requirements process with a particular emphasis on the QA/Test component.

    Finally, here’s a link to one of my favorite blogs about the practice of business analysis: http://realworldba.com/. It is written by a very sharp BA named Karie Price, who can probably recommend some pretty good tools for collecting and managing requirements.

  2. kathy reed says:

    I’m in the process of looking for a good BA Requirements Tool. Any recommendations?

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