Friday, 19 October 2012 00:00

Traceability: Making Relationships Work with Enterprise Architect and eaDocX

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This White Paper examines how using EA to model relationships delivers end-to-end traceability, and looks at how we can use those relationships to bring our documents to life.

One of the strengths of Enterprise Architect is that we can use it to capture the full range of project ideas.  Not just individual requirements and their priorities, but user stories and use cases, classes and components, test plans and test cases. And we can also capture how those ideas change over time, by keeping risks, issues and actions, which tell the story of the project, in EA as well. Connecting all these ideas together can deliver the traceability which our stakeholders need.

Using eaDocX it is simple to create documents that reveal these relationships and allow new insights.  In this way we can make the richness of our models available to all our stakeholders.


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Jackie Mitchell

Ability Engineering Ltd (Chief Executive Officer)

I have >25 years experience in high technology development in aerospace, health, telecoms and IT, as a project and programme manager, consultant and trainer. I have a track record of leading multi-disciplinary, international teams to efficiently deliver high quality projects on time and to budget.

I am enthusiastic about developing the use of Enterprise Architect, integrating structured analysis & design with best practice Project Management, sharing EA insights with key stakeholders and releasing project teams to do what they do best.
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