Software Requirements Tools

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About Software Requirements Tools

Software requirements tools are used to help gather, analyze, and document requirements of the application. Because requirements are what drive the features and functions of the application, it's important that they are well-understood throughout the entire software development lifecycle. Several considerations need to be taken into account when selecting a tools for requirements management such as size of the project, software methodology being used, requirements traceability that is needed, whether collaboration is needed across geographies and an organizations technology and infrastructure requirements.