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Requirements Tracker

Requirements Tracker is a Windows application designed to capture requirements for a software development project. Requirements Tracker is integrated with Microsoft Team Foundation Server.  
Features:  
Team Foundation Server 2013 Integration

Requirement Tracker data is synchronized with Team Foundation Server. Requirements are created as custom work items in TFS. This allows the Business Analyst to work within Requirements Tracker and the Developer to work within Visual Studio.

Work Offline

Requirements Tracker allows users to continue working on project requirements while disconnected from the network. Once the user has reconnected with the network the application will synchronize with the central database.

Multiple Projects/Multiple Users

Multiple users can work on a project. Each user can also have a different portfolio of projects.


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Proven Implementations
  • Loblaws Photolab
  • SOS
  • CIPF
  • MFDA
  • Neilson Media Research
  • Toronto Star Newspapers

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External Links

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JAD Notes

Typically at the start of a project requirements sessions are unstructured.  The JAD notes feature allows the user to enter free form notes in a rich text editor.  Notes can later be converted into specific requirements.

Use Cases

Capture use cases and map each use case to one or more of the defined user groups.  Use cases can also have attachments which allows users to attach screen shots, regulatory documents, samples of paper forms, or any other type of document.

 

Entity Descriptions

Define entities, field types, field sizes, and validation rules.  For example, an entity of type Product may have fields Description (Text/30) and Price (Currency).

 

User Groups

Define all of the user groups for the project.

Functional Requirements
  • Requirements - Use a the rich text box to describe the business requirement.
  • Permissions - Document permissions specific to the requirement.
  • Rules - Document related business rules specific to the requirement
  • Attachments - Attach any kind of supporting document to your requirement to provide additional clarity.
  • Screen Designs - Quickly attach screen designs to requirements to assist developers and stakeholders in understanding the requirement.