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Tools for documentation and requirements management 

Hi,

I am part of a Tools User Group that is evaluating a standard RE tool for implementation across our UK business. We currently have Doors 8.1 however it's out of date and only used by the half of the team that create declarative requirements. The other half of the team produce User Stories and manage their requirements in word. We are undertaking a large programme and the current solutions do not meet the requirements management job given the complexity of the work we are undertaking. We need a tool that we can use to document requirements and use for sign-off, and manage requirements right through the project process through test, compliance and traceability. Does anyone have any insights based on what they use?

Thanks Jo
 

 
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