Atlas robot Screen 1 - ATLAS: BETTER WAYS TO CAPTURE AND SHARE REQUIREMENTS - As the software development process has become more and more Agile, business teams have typically struggled to keep up. Atlas changes that by capturing and socializing your business needs while maintaining a real time connection to downstream work. So your delivery team continues to work in Agile ways, while you gain business visibility into evolving needs, delivery status and change impact. - Watch the video in each section to see how Atlas brings stakeholders and developers closer together. Bin
Atlas robot Lights 2 - IDEAS CAN COME FROM ANYWHERE. CAPTURE THEM! - Atlas enables a broad gathering and socialization of ideas and concepts from stakeholders across the enterprise. It’s the simplest way for all stakeholders to collaborate, organize and share everything from pictures, documents and reports, to quickly scribbled ideas. By capturing all of these items in one place, it’s easier to understand how a business need was defined, and the decision-making process behind its creation. Drawing Board
Table 3 - DEFINE AND ORGANIZE REQUIREMENTS FOR EVERYONE - When defining and building products, each organization, project or even individual requirement will require a differing amount of detail. Atlas provides great flexibility for this breakdown structure, with configurable types of requirements, tagging, custom fields, relationships and hierarchies. As your business needs evolve, users can organize requirements any way they need, and use the advanced versioning capability of Atlas to understand change impact over time. Atlas robot TV
4 - SOCIALIZE THE PLAN TO GET USER FEEDBACK - Atlas enables business stakeholders to create plans to represent the delivery of different business needs and priorities. In these plans you can define a collection of requirements around a business initiative, a new set of features, a planned delivery or any other reason you choose. Plans are socialized to get stakeholder feedback, refined for content, and ultimately shared directly into a delivery team’s Agile backlog. By sharing in this way, you can understand how the team is breaking the plan down and how they are progressing its delivery.