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Systems Engineer at a comms service provider with 501-1,000 employees
May 16 2016

What is most valuable?

(1) Total configuration over the project's framework/schema to meet my program requirements or business culture. (2) Bi-directional traceability, with linked cross referenced parameter rules, tailored to my specific views. (3) Complete systems engineering tool suite (requirements management, modeling, document publishing, configuration management, etc.) in one affordable product.

How has it helped my organization?

3SL Cradle enabled my current and former organizations to be champions of requiring and providing bi-directional traceability to all relevant data, from cradle to grave -- the entire project lifecycle -- due to the tool’s ability to be customized with ease and ability to produce products that builds confidence in project stakeholders.

What needs improvement?

Cradle provides modelling diagrams that can be created and referenced to relevant data in my project databases. In other words, I can create a use case diagram and reference relevant parts of that diagram to relevant data in my project (e.g. system requirements). Cradle provides around 15 mode ling notations (e.g. Data Flow Diagrams, State Transition Diagrams, Use Case Diagram, etc.); however… more»

What is 3SL Cradle?

Cradle is a requirements management and systems engineering tool that integrates your entire project lifecycle in one, massively scalable, integrated, multi-user product.
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3SL Cradle customers
NASA, In-Depth Engineering Corporation, Avibras
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