Baseline: Reuse and manage requirements from enterprise library
Monitor project performance, manage requirements and release scope, and improve accuracy for future estimates. Create baselines at any point of time, compare items by revisions and see changes in a track-changes type view.
Compare baselines to the current project state, or with other baselines at another point of time, to easily view changes and monitor project progress.
Connect to any TFS/VSTS team project and create user-defined baselines. Create folders or sub folders to manage baselines, label them and enter descriptions.
Compare work item revisions
Compare individual work item revisions from any baseline and view changes located in the baseline panel, with changes shown in a redline view.
Compare any baseline to its current state in TFS or VSTS and easily identify changed, added or removed work items.
Generate a difference report
Automatically generate a Word-formatted detailed difference report or summary report of the changes between any two baselines.
Copy and reuse
Use any baseline to copy work item information from one project to another. Create a library of reusable specifications and use them across projects.
Generate Smart reports
Auto-generate HTML reports directly from the baseline view and export the information as a Word or PDF file to share them with stakeholders.
Manage project scope
Users can baseline a project once business signoff has been received, and then create additional baselines if and when the requirements change.
Manage release planning
Users can create a baseline of a project at the conclusion of a release or iteration. Any work items that have not been completed in the iteration can be selected and copied to the next release or iteration.
Promote requirements reuse
Certain types of requirements lend themselves to reuse in many projects; nonfunctional requirements are an example of this. Users can store these types of requirements centrally in an “enterprise project” and then access that project, copy the reusable work items and include them in a new project.
Comply to regulators’ reporting requirements
Industry regulators force companies to ensure that the state of a project, and its corresponding work items, can clearly be reported on at key milestones within the product’s lifecycle.
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