Most enterprises today are transitioning to Agile, but for many of these organizations, requirements management is still a critical piece of the puzzle. Being able to diminish the likelihood of missed or misunderstood requirements can help mitigate risk and speed project delivery.

Auto-generate tests

Blueprint can auto-generate requirements-based test cases by scanning requirements models, analyzing each possible output to define test scenarios and their desired outcomes. Push a button and functional tests are ready. No more flipping through a dog-eared, 200-page, marked-up BRD. No more manual input.

Leverage detailed traceability and impact analysis

With Blueprint, you can create detailed trace relationships between requirements and understand the impact of proposed change. Blueprint's Impact Analysis enables users to investigate how a specific requirement impacts the overall project. Impact Analysis addresses project changes in a myriad of ways, from investigating the change in a particular requirement to assessing a compliance risk, etc.

Benefit from visualization

Developing high-quality software is tough in today's fast-paced, complex business and technology environment, and one of the biggest challenges is ensuring that all business and IT stakeholders have a common understanding of what they are supposed to deliver. Purely textual requirements don't scale. Blueprint provides simulations and visual models to improve collaboration and communication.


Agile practices are effective for small teams, but organizations need to be able to scale those capabilities across the enterprise. The larger and more complex a project gets, the easier it is to lose sight of the basic functionalities of the application.

Forrester Research

Forrester Research,. TechRadarTM: Modern Software Requirements Management Tools, Q2 2016

Through our use of Blueprint, we are equipped with a best-in-class solution that drives significant value for us and our customers. The solution helps us accelerate software deployment while enhancing quality and reducing cost.


Blueprint supports our practices by allowing us to manage and elicit requirements at a finer granular level than documents can provide. Teams can develop a broad big picture for context and then refine only the specific requirements affecting the features and stories in play.


The biggest piece that made BP stand out was the requirements repository, and related to that the traceability capabilities of the product. The other tools were significantly lacking in these areas and that was a concern for our team.

Wisconsin Health Insurance