...the approach taken by [RA] in preparing a series of domain specific input files prior to executing the tool enhances the ability of the tool to identify missing, incorrect and incomplete requirements that other automated analysis tools cannot find.
Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) October 13, 2014
Sirius Requirements is an innovative company specializing in enabling organizations to efficiently and effectively verify, validate and improve the quality of their project requirements. As projects become more complex and comprise larger sets of requirements, this critical capability becomes the difference between project success and failure.
Requirements Assistant (RA) v3.1 is a Cognitive Computing solution providing objective measures into requirement quality, examining completeness, testability, readability, accuracy and consistency. Leveraging over 25 years of research and participation in hundreds of requirement reviews, Requirements Assistant is unlike any other analysis tool. Natural language analysis of project requirements is performed in context – in regards to both the requirements themselves and also incorporating details of the project and domain.
Requirements Assistant has been used in industries worldwide, including: Aerospace, Semi-Conductor, Microscopy, Construction, Banking, Healthcare, Government, Automotive, Retail, Transportation and Pharmaceutical. Projects have focused on software, hardware, and systems integrating both. Common across these projects is recognition that the project must overcome the complexity associated with defining, verifying and validating project requirements to succeed.
Requirements Assistant v3.1 provides recognition of more types of quality issues, more guidance on how to address issues, enhanced capabilities for finding issues that matter most, and enhanced risk analysis. Version 3.1 also provides enhanced support for creating, sharing and reusing domain specific information during analysis efforts. This helps organizations to confirm the completeness of their requirements, as well as optimizing alignment with standards and regulatory requirements.
“We are thrilled with this release of Requirements Assistant and the capabilities provided to help organizations to improve their odds of success. Too many projects fail to deliver,” said Co-founder Lee Ackerman. "Transitioning from abstract ideas and concepts into a successful project is tough. With the pace of innovation speeding up being paired with an increase in complexity, organizations need to incorporate automation to help them understand where and when to enhance, correct and augment their project requirements.”
Reduce costs, reduce risks and deliver successful projects sooner. Better requirements. Naturally!