IBM RRDI Provides Point-in-Time Information
By correlating information from a wide variety of sources, IBM RRDI improves the process of documenting and recording data for every step in an organization’s software development lifecycle. IBM RRDI produces detailed text-based reports according to predefined templates. Documents provide status information, test results, change management and approvals, and bug tracking for each design artifact created.
IBM RRDI Documents provide:
- Teams with the ability to communicate the status of any design artifact.
- The ability to monitor the progress of task execution throughout the development cycles.
- Diagnose any problems early and establish corrective actions quickly.
IBM RRDI report documents are typically text-based while supporting graphics and other types of content. Typical software development documents may include requirements specifications, feature change requests, test specifications, lifecycle report, and design item audit reports.