Using AI to improve software requirements
Software Projects are faster, better and cheaper with ScopeMaster®
- Find defects early
- Reduce Rework
- Reduce Scope Churn
Write clearer user stories
- Improve Business – IT alignment
- Shorten delivery schedules
- Get dependable, automated estimates
User Story Quality Assessment Free Offer December
Are you concerned about your current software projects and the risk of them being delayed? If you have any concerns, we may be able to help you. We are offering a limited number of free assessments using our automated analyser tool during December. The analyser will find problems (defects/bugs) within and across your user requirements in a fraction of the usual time.
We are confident that the tool will help you find and fix your quality problems in your user stories. We are offering to assess one of your software projects for FREE and show you up to 10 specific potential defects at no cost to your – a value to you of over £1500. Remember, this offer is available during December only! So book your project in today for a free confidential user story quality assessment.
Incredibly effective quality measure
ScopeMaster® parses, interprets, analyses, tests, measures and then reports on the quality of user stories and written software requirements as if it was reading them like a person. It does this to expose ambiguities, duplicates, omissions, inconsistencies and complexities. ScopeMaster® estimates the functional size of the stories in function points. It does all of this in a fraction of the time it would take to do manually.
ScopeMaster® will find and help you fix typically 30 – 60% of all requirements issues. This represents 6-12% of all potential bugs.
The Ultimate in “shift-left testing”
Most software testing assumes that the requirements are correct. But wait! They’re not.
With ScopeMaster you can avoid rework by performing intelligent AI-powered text analysis.
- Better quality user stories / requirements
- Reduced rework
- More productive requirements meetings
- Reduced scope creep
- Fewer change requests
- Shorter delivery schedules
Expect to achieve.
- Higher quality software
- Immediate benefits
- Minimal disruption to the team
- Encourages a quality-centric focus in your analysis team.
- Better cost and schedule estimates for your software development projects
Software quality needs to start with testing your requirements. ScopeMaster® performs static analysis on your requirements.
ScopeMaster® also analyses the user stories to measure functional size. Functional size (COSMIC function points) are an ISO standard, they are a technology independent measure that is proven to be the most valid measurement in the software industry. Functional size is essential for predicting and managing a software project. ScopeMaster is the first and only tool available for automated functional sizing based on written requirements or user stories.
What they are saying
This is of great potential benefit for the requirements community as well as the sizing community.. I share your excitement.
I would be shocked if this didn’t improve development team productivity by at least 10%
Its amazing that you have come up with the right set of functional requirements.
Another benefit of your tool is that, not only does it interpret the requirements but it actually writes the detail specifications, which can then be used as test cases.
It is much harder to remove defects from requirements and design that it is from source code. But if those defects are not removed prior to testing, testing itself cannot find them.
Scopemaster doesn’t just help find the requirements defects but helps educate authors to prevent them in future!
incredibly useful and ridiculously fast
The main benefit (that I found with) ScopeMaster is fixing problems with minimal time and effort. And the good thing was, ScopeMaster was easy and fun to use.
Move Aside Story Points! Hello CFP Story points are unsuitable for use as the primary metric on software projects. We recommend that you supplement them with COSMIC function points and give 14 reasons why. What are Story Points? In [...]