The new ribbon interface groups common user actions together in “Context” for better overall usability. The ease of use and familiarity translates to better productivity and faster ramp-up times for both new and experienced users. Enter requirements using structured hierarchies, tables, graphs, images, documents, spreadsheets and presentations or any object.
Caliber Review is a web browser based interface for viewing requirements, visualizations and collaborative feedback. With no installation required, everyone in the organization gets a collaborative view, trace relationships from high-level objectives through to business requirements (scenarios), test cases, design elements (simulations), components and source code.
Caliber has an open architecture and robust API to allow out-of-the-box integration with the existing tools and repositories within your development environment. These integrations provide maximum collaboration among all roles throughout the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) process.
You need to develop the software your business needs, and that’s all about knowing what you need to build. Visualization is the best way to see what’s going on – and now that’s a whole lot easier to do. Caliber 11.0 gives you the equivalent of ‘try before you buy’ development, as my blog here explains...
Automatically generate test cases to help plan and prioritize quality goals right from the start and show potential risk. Integrating with the leading test solutions like HP quality centre and Silk Central.
Caliber aligns with traditional methodologies like waterfall and supports Agile/Lean solutions like Rally and Star Team Agile. Caliber controls security at project level down to the attribute level, supporting a global role-based security.
Meeting compliance and governance mandates is simpler when users can import requirements from MS Word or MS Excel and re-use them across projects. Use Caliber to share libraries of requirements or policies from one centralized record of authority across multiple projects; create out of the box reports or custom document reports, or use reporting tools against data from the Datamart utility within the software.