Predefined Sample Configurations

The following predefined sample configurations are currently available for our ReqSuite®. You can adapt all configurations completely and easily to your needs or create your own configurations from scratch. See here how easy this works.

Simple Configuration

Context & Target Group

This configuration is aimed at companies that want an overview of the basic functionality of ReqSuite® and want to gain insights into a simple requirements management in the context of IT systems.

Benefits

  • Easy entry into ReqSuite® without having to deal with the configuration in more detail beforehand
  • Suggestions for designing your own requirements management

Contents & Results

You can use this configuration to describe and manage the following requirements types or information:

  • (Project) Objectives
  • Business processes (incl. process diagram)
  • Use cases (incl. use case diagrams)
  • Functions / functional requirements
  • Glossary terms

The contents of a project based on this configuration can be exported to a Word document with a corresponding structure. Furthermore, you can export the contents to Excel, JIRA, TFS, or ReqIF.

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Requirements Management according to IREB

Context & Target Group

This configuration is aimed at companies that want to standardize and optimize their requirements management in the context of their product development. The configuration is kept quite simple in order to support the entry into a systematic requirements management. Selected best practices from the IREB standard for Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) are used.

Benefits

  • Easy access to systematic best-practice requirements management
  • Increased efficiency and quality through structured, guided, traceable, standardized and centralized handling of requirements
  • Suggestions for designing your own requirements management

Contents & Results

You can use this configuration to describe and manage the following request types or accompanying information:

  • (Project) Goals (optional with garget tree)
  • Contextual elements such as stakeholders, third-party systems, workflows, etc.
  • System or the development object
  • System components (optional with component diagram)
  • Use cases (incl. use case diagram)
  • Functional requirements (optional with UML diagram)
  • Quality requirements
  • Constraints
  • Glossary terms

The contents of a project based on this configuration can be exported to a Word document with a structure based on the ISO 29148-2011 standard. Furthermore, you can export the contents to Excel, JIRA, TFS, or ReqIF.

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Agile Requirements Management

Context & Target Group

This configuration is aimed at companies that want to standardize and optimize requirements management in the context of their agile product development. The configuration is deliberately kept slim in order to fit the concepts of agile development. For this purpose, common concepts from SCRUM are used.

Benefits 

  • Easy access to systematic requirements management within SCRUM
  • Increased efficiency and quality through structured, guided, traceable, standardized and centralized handling of requirements
  • Suggestions for the design of your own (agile) requirements management

Contents & Results

You can use this configuration to describe and manage the following requirements types or information:

  • Product (Vision)
  • Stakeholders / Personas
  • Themes
  • Epics
  • Features
  • User Stories
  • Sprints
  • Acceptance tests
  • Glossary terms

The contents of a project based on this configuration can be exported to a Word document. Furthermore, you can export the contents to Excel, JIRA, TFS, or ReqIF.

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