Release Notes ReqSuite® 2.7

ReqSuite® 2.7 offers the following new features and functions

MS Word® Import

Since a long time ReqSuite® offers the possibility to automatically import requirements and other information from MS Excel® files. In ReqSuite® 2.7 it is now possible to import requirements and other information from MS Word® documents. This is particularly helpful when clients submit their requirements in the form of text documents and these are to be processed and managed with the help of tools in the further course of the project.

New Web API

The WebAPI of ReqSuite® has been completely redesigned to simplify the integration of external systems. All common operations like create, change, query and delete are now possible using standardized GET, POST, PUT and DELETE methods according to HTTP protocol.

Reuse Suggestions

In version 2.7 the helpful reuse functionality of ReqSuite® has been extended in such a way that thematically suitable reuse suggestions can be submitted automatically. This makes it easier for users to reuse specific requirements from other projects without having to search for them.

Quick Create

With Reqsuite® 2.7 it is now possible to create new requirements more quickly one after the other. Unlike in the past, only one click is required.

Improved Collaboration Functions

The comment function in ReqSuite® has been extended in version 2.7 to the effect that people can be addressed in comments and thus automatically notified. This makes it much easier to collaborate on individual requirements. In addition, further information is now transmitted directly in notification e-mails, so that necessary actions can be communicated after reading an e-mail and without prior login in ReqSuite®.

Usability Optimizations

Also in version 2.7 some improvements regarding performance, stability and usability have been made. Thus we continuously ensure that our customers can always work with the most modern requirements management tool.

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Sebastian Adam

Dr. Sebastian Adam is Managing Director of OSSENO Software GmbH and responsible for product innovation and marketing. Before joining OSSENO, he worked for 10 years as a consultant, scientist and team leader for requirements engineering at the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering (IESE). Dr. Adam has assisted several dozen companies and has best practices in the introduction and implementation of requirements engineering across all industries.