Many product development teams have a moment when they realize that what they’re creating has become so complex it’s unsustainable to continue performing traceability manually in spreadsheets or with homegrown tools. Not only are these efforts extremely labor-intensive, they’re also prone to errors, which can carry significant consequences in safety-critical industries.
In this eBook, we’ll highlight the importance of tracing requirements without the headaches and risks of a traceability matrix in Excel, but also how to do so in a way that sets your organization up for future success. Learn how traceability helps teams:
Accurately assess the impact of changes
Track the full history of product development
Keep everyone in sync
Consistently improve the quality of the products being built
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Defining and Implementing Requirements Baselines
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