Engineers are often allowed to choose their own tools with the intention of maximizing their productivity, but this often leads to a product development process that is fragmented into siloed activities and data across software, hardware, quality, systems, and risk teams. In addition, this siloed process typically results in requirements (that specifies necessary dependencies and outcomes) being trapped in static documents.
In this eBook, we’ll address how implementing Live Traceability™ helps to reduce project risk in the development process by forming a digital thread through siloed development, test, and risk activities. We'll demonstrate how Live Traceability helps teams address the main causes of negative outcomes in the development process by enabling:
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