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Re: Requirements Traceability Matrix 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 11/27/2017 9:31:47 PM)

For managing requirements in an agile environment, Plutora's RTM is a pretty powerful solution. Customizable, interactive, real-time views of the testing process, plus it's easy to pick up and use. There's a whole slew of these types of tools, but depending on the scale of the project, it might make sense to stick with tables and spreadsheets.

I don't think agile is inherently incompatible with RTM, as a previous poster suggested.


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