Requirements Gathering Tools

A good requirement gathering software allows you not only to keep and retrieve users' requirements, but to help extract the right requirements from users, early in the requirements capturing phase of software development. Such software enables you to manage requirements effectively, as well as to showcase the product features to be developed so that users can "see" what to be built and to comment on your plan. You gain higher productivity by reducing the amount of re-work. Customer satisfaction is also increased by delivering product features that they really need.

  1. Use case scenario

    Elaborate use case with step-by-step scenario. Each scenario describes a typical way to achieve the user goal (use case).

    Your customers walkthrough the scenarios to confirm the behavior of system, while technical team follows the scenarios in implementing and testing use cases.

    Use Case Scenario
  2. Scenario-based Wireframing

    Show your customer the system screen flow during requirements capturing, using wireframes.

    Wireframe is a sketch of a user interface. With simple wireframe components and zero-line of coding, wireframe allows your customer to see the system with minimal cost.

    You can attach wireframe to use case scenario, forming a sequence of scenario-based wireframes. Combining the text-based scenario and graphical wireframes, customers can gain a clear understanding of the system to be developed. They can tell if that's what they want or not.

    Scenario-based Wireframing
  3. Web, Desktop, Android, iPad and iPhone wireframing

    Wireframes

    Are you developing a web site, a desktop application, an Android apps, iPad apps or iPhone apps? The wireframing tools enable you to create wireframes for multiple devices and platforms. Device/platform specific wireframing elements are available for visualizing your great ideas.

  4. Easy to use wireframing tools

    Wireframe tools

    Create wireframes, quickly and easily. Create a wireframe element - one dragging. Duplicate elements - another drag and drop. Complete a wireframe - a couple of clicks. Align wireframe elements, annotate things, all with simple mouse commands.

  5. Use Case Modeling with UML Use Case Diagram

    Use Case Modeling

    Visualize use cases with UML use case diagram. Draw UML actors to represent the users of system and link them up with the use cases. Group use cases with UML packages. Elaborate use cases with UML sequence diagram and UML activity diagram

  6. Note down what your stakeholder says

    Use Case Note

    Interview with front-lines stakeholders to know the real workflow and their concerns. Take notes for what they say, with the Use Case Notes feature. Your Notes are put alongside with the use case scenario for quick referencing.

  7. One-click requirement specification production

    Requirement Specification

    Requirement specification is a document that contains all the details of use cases, requirements and wireframes. To produce such a document, all you need is just one click.

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