- Requirements module
- Test Plan/Case module
- Defect module
- Reporting modules
I've used it for six years.
When we were installing v10, the installation became corrupted. So when we upgraded to v11, it was very expensive, and at our own cost, to do. This was regardless of our maintenance contract with HP.
No issues encountered.
Our vendor is 10/10, but HP is 7/10.Technical Support:
Our vendor is 10/10, but HP is 8/10.
No previous solution was used.
The installation tools are not the best, even for experienced IT/admin, it self-corrupts, and there is no good tech support to help with install issues unless you pay them to fly in a team.
We did it in-house.
It depends on your vendor. SkyIt was the best, as they were able to get the initial cost low enough so a small startup could afford it.
For small companies where audits/lawsuits etc. are not a factor, it's not worth the investment. You should use open source or lower cost alternatives (JIRA project/defect tracking, Test Link open source QC like Test Tool). However, for any company that wants a mature, highly developed platform that is constantly improving, need to survive audits, etc., you must consider HP ALM solutions such as HP Quality Center.