The challenge: Manage continuous software improvement for Hospitals and Insurers complying with most exigent quality standards. The Solution: ReqStudio provided a simple way to have all software properly documented for quality audits in a continuous development cycle. The Results: Healthcare Monitoring Systems was able to specify and develop a full revamp of its software within two months, thanks to standardization and reutilization of data flows.
The challenge: Define all requirements for a software solution for state and local government management in LATAM countries. The Solution: ReqStudio allows to define all software requirements and document them. Also it provides accurate project plans in terms of time and cost. The Results: RULE software requirements specification was completed in four weeks. RULE software development was delivered on the foreseen time and with minus five percent cost.
Requirements management is the process of documenting, analyzing, tracing, prioritizing and agreeing on requirements and then controlling change and communicating to relevant stakeholders. It is a continuous process throughout a project. A requirement is a capability to which a project outcome (product or service) should conform. ReqStudio provides a solutions to easily and accurate manage the requirements of your project in real time.
In software development, effort estimation is the process of predicting the most realistic amount of effort (expressed in terms of person-hours or money) required to develop software based on incomplete, uncertain and noisy input. Effort estimates may be used as input to project plans, iteration plans, budgets, investment analyses, pricing processes. ReqStudio provides a solutions to create easily and accurate estimation in real time.
The Academy is aimed at software developers, analysts, designers, programmers, project leaders, project management, quality assurance and other people involved in software development processes. Also the courses can be attended by leading business users who constantly define requirements for new developments or changes to current systems of the organization.