Produce Product Requirement with ReqWriter Pro

Date 2014/11/18 10:26:03 | Topic: Product News

Appsmiles announced an addition to its suite of business software applications.  ReqWriter Pro is an application targeted the niche Business Analyst, Systems Analyst and User Experience communities.  It is a Windows application that processes Axure and Balsamiq Mockups files to produce product requirement statements.

Historically, an analyst would scrutinize Axure and Balsamiq Mockups designs and hand-write requirements statements for each visualized widget.  ReqWriter Pro performs these activities in a rapid, automated fashion.  Leveraging numerous years of experience in the Business Analysis and User Experience fields, Appsmiles has created this product with the mission of expediting the requirements analysis process and improving the quality of requirements documentation for software products. 

 

“Business and Systems Analysts, as well as User Experience Designers, are highly skilled professionals.  Each day they design elegant solutions and amazing products, yet very little attention has been given to the applications in their toolkit.  ReqWriter Pro is an ally to these individuals.  It is their secret weapon to decreasing delivery time and spending more time on thoughtful analysis”, said Justin Cullifer, founder of Appsmiles.  "For example, when ReqWriter Pro sees a drop-down list widget with its list of values in Axure or Balsamiq, it produces a fully-worded requirement statement for the drop-down list widget. It's quite intelligent."

ReqWriter Pro is for sale in the Windows Store as well as www.ReqWriter.com.  It is pre-loaded with the framework for functional requirement statements, though it is highly configurable and can be adjusted for Agile and Waterfall environments. Likewise, it has been engineered to allow for flexibility in adaptation to IIBA and CBAP best practices.





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