ReQtest Releases New Requirements Management Module

Requirements Management News

ReQtest is an agile project management tool with customers in +30 countries enabling organizations to manage scope, quality, and progress in IT projects. The tool offers functionality within software requirements management, test management and bug tracking.

The new Requirements Management module adds functionality such as versatile requirements hierarchy with strong business logic, full traceability and visibility between requirements, tests & bugs, strengthened connection to Jira, and enhanced reporting.

Some of the benefits included in the new requirements module are:
* A new customizable Requirements Hierarchy with extensive business logic
* Greater support for agile & other methods
* Enhanced requirements traceability
* Updated & extended connection to Jira
* “Word” like feel while working with requirements
* Comprehensive reports on the implementation status

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