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Requirements Engineering Defining Problems—Enabling Solutions

Rising complexity of systems across the industrial landscape is driving the need for transformational technologies to manage requirements in the context of total product configuration for companies.

Aras’ Requirements Engineering (RE) application manages both textual and structured (data model) requirements content. This enables requirements and requirements content reuse across documents, projects, and product lines.

RE enables traceability within the context of the PLM digital thread. A Data Model approach of RE not only enables defining, managing, and maintaining requirements across the product lifecycle, but also allows for capturing and managing the relationships between the requirements.

Requirements Management (RM) is central to any complex system and/or product design. With the ever-increasing complexity of products, the central role of requirements management becomes ever more critical for:

  • Meeting design objectives
  • Meeting contractual obligations
  • Design quality
  • Mitigating impact of changes
  • Achieving faster time to market
  • Reducing product cost
  • Less cross-discipline rework
  • Lower risk of regulatory non-compliance
  • Resolution of issues that may arise during deployment.

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