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Webinar: Requirements and Demand Management with ReqSuite®

Are you looking for a tool for your requirements and/or demand management? Then use our webinar on July 12, 2018 at 11 am to get a personal impression of our ReqSuite®.

Simply register via the contact form on our website. We will then send you the access data for the webinar in good time. The number of participants is limited to 8.

Contents of the webinar

  • Basic structure of ReqSuite®
  • USPs
  • Requirements management and documentation with ReqSuite®
  • Import, export and synchronization options
  • Customizing
  • Questions & Answers
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OSSENO on the Berlin Requirements Engineering Symposium 2018

On Tuesday, 27 November 2018, the Berlin Requirements Engineering Symposium will take place for the eighth time.

According to the motto “From traditional to model-based requirements management – fad or industrial necessity”, experts from industry and science will present solutions this year to meet the process-related, methodological and IT challenges.

Dr. Sebastian Adam will be present with a lecture on the topic “From text-based requirements to models and back…”.

Abstract: The discussion whether to document requirements based on text or models is often theoretical depending on the industry. Hybrid documentation forms have long been found in many project contexts, in which text requirements are enriched or detailed with graphical modelling. Today, however, text requests and model graphics are often maintained in parallel with the corresponding effort for manual synchronization or the risk of inconsistencies. Based on the ReqSuite® solution, we would therefore like to show in this presentation how text-based requirements can be automatically synchronized with graphical modeling such as BPMN and UML and how requirements engineering itself can be controlled on the basis of models.

We look forward to your visit to the lecture and the subsequent discussion.

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REConf 2018 – OSSENO will attend

From 5 to 9 March 2018, the REConf®, now the largest conference on requirements management in Europe, will take place in Munich.

For the 17th time, the “Who’s Who” of requirements management will meet there to discuss the status quo and the future of requirements engineering across all industries.

In addition to keynotes, numerous specialist lectures, scientific papers, introductory and in-depth workshops, the REConf® also lives up to its network character with interactive elements such as world cafes and open spaces. The REConf® is rounded off by a large exhibition of renowned product manufacturers and service providers who have specialised in requirements management.

As in the last few years, OSSENO will be present at 2018 with a presentation and an exhibition stand. The conference motto “breaking new ground” is in keeping with our philosophy, as we have been motivating new trends in requirements engineering for many years and have played a pioneering role in this respect with regard to tool support.

Plan a visit to our stand right now to see the advantages of our ReqSuite® solution in comparison to our competitors’ offers!

In addition, you will learn in our presentation “Requirements-based project and portfolio management” how requirements engineering will no longer remain just a development discipline. We look forward to your visit!

Summary: Requirements are not an end in themselves, but should help to develop the right thing (and if possible only that) within the framework of projects. It has therefore long been known that project management and requirements management influence each other and should therefore be integrated as effectively as possible. However, methods and tools for this are still not properly integrated, which is why the combination of both disciplines is often only done manually and therefore complex and error-prone. The increasing importance of cross-project portfolio and demand management in particular raises the question of how to better integrate relevant processes. The presentation tries to answer this question from a methodical as well as tool-oriented point of view.