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Requirements Engineering

Simplify requirements engineering tasks by modeling requirements as an active flowchart, automatically generating optimal sets of test cases from your requirements.

Simplified Requirements Engineering is key to building better apps, faster.

Defining requirements in text and other formats, or even using traditional requirements management tools, can be challenging for your business analysts to begin with. Now add the tedious and time-consuming work that follows when numerous iterations must be made. This can result from various review cycles with developers and testers.

There’s a better way. CA Technologies can help you design requirements more efficiently, so you can avoid the typical time-consuming and complicated challenges associated with this process. With visual modeling approaches to Requirements Engineering, you can model requirements as an active flowchart, automatically generate optimal test cases and test automation scripts – right from your requirements. That means no more endless iterations with developers and testers to clarify ambiguous requirements. That means better apps, faster.

56% of defects stem from ambiguous requirements

Source: Bloor Research on Automated Testing

95% reduction in defects using CA Agile Requirements Designer

Source: Bloor Research on Automated Testing

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Simplifying Requirements Modeling and Test Case Design

Manual testing can slow you down dramatically. And can wear out your testers, thus increasing errors while overall productivity decreases. End-to-end Requirements Design addresses these challenges.

Watch this walkthrough of a simple process of modeling of your requirements and automating of the whole test design creation process with CA Agile Requirements Designer.

Model-Based Testing: Your Key to Better Software

A model-based testing approach addresses the key challenges that developers and testers face as they try to create higher quality software, quicker. These challenges include: ambiguous requirements, limited test coverage, long wait times for test data, unavailability of system components and lack of automation.  

Read how model-based testing can help enable your agile testing teams to work in parallel in order to achieve rigorous testing, even as requirements change.

Overcoming the Top Five Misconceptions About Model-Based Testing

Model-based testing approaches are proven to help testers and deliver better software, faster. Still, many organizations have yet to realize its full potential in transforming testing–at the speed of agile.

Find out about the top five misconceptions of model-based testing, and see how CA Agile Requirements Designer helps teams deliver fully tested software faster than ever before.

How to Model Requirements for a Data ETL Testing Process

Data warehouse applications and data migration projects need to perform Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) processes. Modeling requirements for ETL processes can be complicated for business analysts and product owners.

See how to streamline the ETL Testing requirements modeling process with CA Agile Requirements Designer.

How to Optimize Requirements and Test Cases in CA Agile Central

Are you a CA Agile Central user who wishes that you can easily convert your user stories into clear and active flowcharts?

This video shows you how you can import your existing user stories from CA Agile Central into CA Agile Requirement Designer, and then convert those user stories into unambiguous and active flowcharts.

Lastly you’ll learn how to export them back to CA Agile Central as optimized user stories, which can be allocated to story boards and backlogs in CA Agile Central teams, allowing testers to rigorously test software within a sprint.

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