Jama Software® Requirements Advisor Beta

Check the quality and accuracy of your requirements by leveraging the power of natural language processing.

Optimizing Requirements Management

4 out of 5 development teams have production failures. Poor requirements management is the number one reason projects fail and may lead to cost overruns, delayed time to market and product defects. Key benefits resulting from improved requirements quality include reduced cost of defects, reduction in late-stage changes, and faster time to market.

INCOSE Rules

Leveraging a subset from the recommended rules from the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Guide for Writing Requirements v3, the Requirements Advisor can simplify the process of producing accurate requirements.

The Easy Approach to Requirements Syntax

EARS provides a structure to gently constrain the normally unconstrained nature of natural language when writing requirements. Analyze your requirements below to prevent problems from propagating to lower levels of your system development.

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Enter your requirements for analysis

For quick analysis of a single requirement statement, type or paste your content into the form below. To receive analysis of multiple requirement statements, upload an Excel or CSV worksheet.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the INCOSE rules?

Leverage a limited set of International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) recommended rules as published in the INCOSE Guide for Writing Requirements V3. Learn more about INCOSE.

What is EARS?

EARS is a mechanism to gently constrain textual requirements. The 5 EARS patterns provide structured guidance that enable authors to write high quality textual requirements. Learn more about EARS.

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