Jira is a pretty capable product, and a lot of features are valuable. We value being able to set up separate projects and configure teams in them, set up sprints, and manage our sprints with its history tracking. These are all very useful features. It has been a very popular product for our work.
Compared to other tools that I have used over the past 20 years, DOORS is the best of the best.
It is a mature product that is stable.
CA ARD has some beautiful features which I haven't found anywhere else. For example, when designing or creating our test cases and doing scenarios, we are able to restrict our flows. If we take a data link between two processes, we can actually restrict it, so that, in production, if our functionality breaks down, we can restrict that and all the flows related to it will be removed from the test data set.
The reporting functionality helps vendors and technical resources identify bugs and issues that need to be addressed. The simple dashboard-style home page makes training end-user testers simple and straightforward. The actual testing UI is VERY straightforward and very intuitive for the end-users that test the system since very often we pull from business and operational users to help test new systems.
The most valuable features are the baselines and links.
It's a cloud based solution.
The most valuable feature is the user-friendly interface.
Technical support answers fairly quickly compared to others like IBM or Atlassian. They also offer quite a good knowledge base for advanced cases and how to plan it, etc. via videos that they provide. They are quite useful.
Its flexibility and APIs are the most valuable.
A valuable feature from my side would be the comparison corporization.
What is Application Requirements Management?
Application Requirements Management refers to an organization’s process of managing project requirements roadmap for software-driven products. Application Requirements Management is supported by team communication, prioritization and process formulation, then followed by ongoing analysis and execution. Application Requirements Management entails documenting and tracking agreed-upon metrics relevant to the continuous process of running and augmenting applications.
The idea of Application Requirements Management is for ongoing, continuous activity, to which the outcome of a service or product should directly conform. The process should be agile and adjustable, as the IT team deems necessary.
IT Central Station stakeholders are looking for user-friendly systems with which they can collaborate and share information to implement the best approaches and understating of Application Requirements. These then become Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) within an enterprise.
The term often used by IT engineers “Control Objective Based on the Risk,” refers to the guidance and value provided by control practices. Some of the more popular tools for Application Requirements Management are tools such as HPE Agile Manager, Kovair, Blueprint, Thoughtworks and eDev Technologies.
Applications Requirement Management requires comprehensive documents, spreadsheets, tasks, and the ability to communicate on web-based and mobile platforms. Often the process begins with developing a visual roadmap to document project strategy and tactics. The team will drill down specifications priorities then plan for delivery of Applications Requirements through validation, analysis and product requirements — keeping in mind full traceability.
IT Central Station experts look for the ability to configure and consolidate notes and feedback, plan releases, embed images and collaborate with stakeholders. They want to be able to implement test cases and identify and act upon system defects. This process can live on premises or can be cloud-based.