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New Post 10/31/2014 11:24 AM
User is offline Liza
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Best Tool for Business Requirement Management 

I am a Business Analyst in a Health Care organization. I would like to hear peoples' opinions on which RM tool you are using for business requirement management, or which tool you think is the best RM tool? Currently we use different system/document templates for RM process, lots of manual work to copy and paste, send back and forth, which is very low efficiency. 

Thank you

Liza

 
New Post 11/23/2014 5:13 AM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: Best Tool for Business Requirement Management 

Excel spread sheet ... almost all companies have MS Office and they won't need to purchase some new software and licenses.

 
New Post 12/26/2014 12:03 AM
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Re: Best Tool for Business Requirement Management 
Let me give you a brief about the different business analysis tools that are commonly used and you can choose the best based on your need :

MS Visio
Microsoft visio is a diagramming and vector graphics application and is part of the Microsoft Office family.
Enterprise Architect
Enterprise Architect is a modeling, business simulation and project management software.
Rational Requisite Pro
Rational Requisite Pro is an IBM product which is widely used for requirement management and their documentation.
MS PowerPoint
Microsoft PowerPointis a slide show presentation tool developed by Microsoft.
MS Word
Microsoft Word is a word processor developed by Microsoft.
MS Excel

Microsoft excel is a spreadsheet application by Microsoft.

DOORS
IBM Rational DOORS is a requirements management application by IBM. DOORS is an acronym for Dynamic Object-Oriented Requirements System
Balsamiq
Balsamiq is a wireframing and mock up generation tool used to create user interface and sketch-style wireframes
Other Tools
A business analyst might sometimes use other tools like: Blueprint Requirements Center, MS OneNote and MS Access.

Hope It helps !!!

Regards,

Robin


 
New Post 2/5/2015 12:02 PM
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Re: Best Tool for Business Requirement Management 

I find using word tables with paragraphing and other structures to work fine for requirements capturing.  If you have screenshots you can drop them in the document as well, and it makes it easy to snap into a project plan if required.  

 
New Post 2/17/2015 5:50 AM
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Re: Best Tool for Business Requirement Management 
I am currently using Borland Calibre V11.3  Its a friendly RM tool and fairly intuitive to learn.  Even comes with its own diagraming feature called Visualise.  I used Rationale Req Pro in the past, it was OK, but not sure what its like now Doors have joined with IBM.
 
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