Aras Platform Now Includes Requirements Engineering

Aras Requirements Engineering enables end-to-end traceability across complex configurations in various design domains.

Aras Requirements Engineering enables end-to-end traceability across complex configurations in various design domains.

Aras announces that its Requirements Engineering application, a solution for managing requirements within a product lifecycle management (PLM) platform, is now available.

Aras Requirements Engineering enables end-to-end traceability across complex configurations in various design domains with requirements content representing various types of structured and reusable elements. Its ability to establish and maintain requirement relationships to platform-managed items and structures across all engineering domains is key to enabling a transformational methodology and platform for managing requirements.

With Aras Requirements Engineering, organizations can improve timeliness, cost control, and quality, have an ability to reuse requirements and content elements in various configurations, and allow bidirectional traceability between individual requirements and various design artifacts across all design domains and their lifecycles, the company reports.

“Siloed management of requirements in monolithic documents prevents organizations from transforming to a truly traceable and collaborative process required for design of today’s complex products and systems,” says Pawel Chadzynski, senior director, product management, at Aras. “The Aras Requirements Engineering application, together with the Aras Innovator Platform, eliminates this obstacle.”

Requirements Engineering is available for 11 SP15 and subscribers can access it through the Aras FTP site and use the Aras update tool to install the solution.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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