By defining requirements and risks that matter most to you, you get a grip on your project’s outcome.
Requirements in TestMonitor define the needs of the project’s stakeholders. They are used during testing to validate that what has been built matches the business objectives of the project.
Risks allow you to define project hazards which can be used to direct your testing effort.
Use risks and requirements to prioritize test cases. This allows you to run your vital test runs more often and hold back on the nice-to-haves.
TestMonitor makes it easy for you to assign one or multiple requirements or risks to your test cases. All relationships will be automatically passed through to your test runs, test results and issues.
Easily deal with large amounts of requirements and risks by organizing them into groups. Classify your requirements by using different requirement types, prioritize your risks by giving them a classification.
Filter and analyse your test cases, test runs, test results and issues based on your defined requirements and risks. Focus on the test results that have the highest project risk or view only those that have impact on your vital project requirements.