Uplift Quality with Requirements Driven Testing
sponsored by Micro Focus

In many organizations, software quality is addressed as an afterthought, thus testing usually beings once code has already been completed. This gives the testing team very little time to ensure that the software is up to their standards. This is what makes requirements driven testing (RDT) so important.

In this white paper learn what potential areas of the software development life cycle are addressed by RDT, the benefits, and the implementation strategy that may be adopted to introduce RDT within the organization.

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