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You know you need traceability in
your product development process to ensure quality and manage the impact of
You may even think you’re pretty good at it.
But, how strong is your traceability?
Strong enough to guarantee quality in every product, every time?
Strong enough to help you eliminate wasted time and dollars?
Strong enough to pass a compliance audit?
You may think so, but if your company or department exhibits certain symptoms,
your traceability may not be as strong as you think.
Achieving traceability within a product development lifecycle helps ensure that
changes are shared across teams,
in order to maintain quality and compliance.
Traceability is especially critical for achieving compliance with
ever-stricter government agencies.
Good traceability strategies and best practices help eliminate unforeseen issues
and provide a greater assurance of quality and communication.
We interview Peter Varhol to gain Seapine Software's perspective on requirements