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Are you looking for a simpler requirements management tool?

Tom Humbarger
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Joined: Aug 18, 2006
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iRise is offering a free 120-day trial to iRise Manager, their "right-weight" requirement tool. The trial is for up to 10 users and covers unlimited projects.

Go to http://www.irise.com/rm_trial.shtml for more information or search for iRise at www.download.com.

iRise Manager is a right-weight requirements management solution designed for users who do not need a complex requirements application. It complements your software development lifecycle and incorporates an easy-to-use browser-based interface to define, gather, document, manage, track and trace requirements for software applications.

iRise Manager includes:
� customizable attribute values
� a user dashboard
� multiple projects support
PDF reporting
� email notification of changes
� blog functionality for collaborating on each requirement
� file upload for attaching files to any requirement
� traceability between requirements
� requirement history tracking

iRise Manager provides you with just enough functionality to get the job done that means you wont spend your valuable time learning complicated features that you will never use. Plus, it installs on your own network, which lets you control user access and security. Simplify your requirements management today.
[ August 28, 2006: Message edited by: Tom Humbarger ]
 
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