Gain Full End-to-End Traceability across Risk, Requirements and Tests
Simplify your requirements, risk, and testing management process throughout complex systems development with Visure's requirements traceability.
What it is and why it's important?
Simply put, traceability is the ability for any engineer to trace upstream or downstream any information regarding requirements. Across industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, supply chain, and software development, traceability ensures that final deliverables don’t stray too far away from original requirements.
The term itself is a blend of two words—trace and ability—and it underpins three critical business management processes: quality management (which enables organizations to hit quality targets/meet customer expectations), change management (which tracks changes to product during development), and risk management (which tracks and verifies vulnerabilities to product integrity).
Traceability is now more important than ever due to various government regulations and the increased pressure on organizations across industries to improve product quality and adhere to strict safety and security standards.
Traceability provides several important benefits that make it well worth the extra effort. By providing a complete, trustworthy record of all past activity, it helps investigate and troubleshoot issues during events such as recalls, allowing stakeholders to locate the source of the problem. The data generated by traceability can be used to improve critical business processes and address performance issues related to lead times, transportation costs, and inventory management, among other things.
Increase Productivity, Collaboration and Alignment
Create alignment between teams by centralizing, managing and tracing requirements, risk and testing in one single platform.
Productivity and collaboration increase is inevitable, especially when traceability can be performed at any level such as reusability of components & requirements, and standard compliance across projects.
Import Traceability from Tools Your Team Already Has in Place.
Do you have traceability already in place within Jira, legacy tools such as Doors, or manually within Excel?
If so, you can import them seamlessly to Visure by using or bio-directional and automatic integrations or through data exchange ReqIF.