Compare Accept360 vs. Blueprint Storyteller

Accept360 is ranked 15th in Application Requirements Management while Blueprint Storyteller is ranked 10th in Application Requirements Management. Accept360 is rated 0, while Blueprint Storyteller is rated 0. On the other hand, Accept360 is most compared with CA Agile Requirements Designer, whereas Blueprint Storyteller is most compared with JIRA, CA Agile Requirements Designer and Jama Connect.
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Bringing the right products to market is hard enough. It doesn’t help when spreadsheets and slide decks remain your primary means for product planning. Things can get ugly in a hurry when you have to manage multiple products, globally dispersed teams, and thousands of intricate requirements, priorities, and dependencies.

Storyteller allows users to define the customer journey all the way down to detailed condition statements. Users can automatically generate User Stories and Acceptance Criteria for the next sprint, all with the click of a button. User Stories are reliable and consistent, and there is no longer a need to expend time and resources to train one’s team on how to write them.

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Cadence, Ultimate Software, NVIDIA, McAfee, Visma, Epicor, Avira, Basware, Tekla
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Find out what your peers are saying about Atlassian, CA (A Broadcom Company), IBM and others in Application Requirements Management. Updated: December 2019.
389,722 professionals have used our research since 2012.
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