Assemble interactive prototypes in minutes
Capture requirements directly within the prototype
Collaborate in real-time with your team
Integrate with your existing tools (like JIRA or HP ALM)
Start building better software faster.
You've found a better way to define and design software. This unique approach works - allowing stakeholders to interact with and validate requirements before you commit to building them.
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You'll have templates and customizable widget libraries to speed the process. Use real data, create actions and logic, and build dynamic diagrams. Your prototypes will be used to elicit and validate your requirements...
Integrate with the great ALM tools you already use
Prototyping alone isn't enough. You need to combine it with traditional text-based requirements. With iRise you can do just that for any style project - from detailed functional specifications, to User Stories and Epics - the information you capture is up to you.
Quickly build interactive wireframes & prototypes
Free, integrated user story & requirements management
Capture requirements & stories within the screens they describe
Stakeholders experience requirements and stories instead of just reading them. They can then document and give feedback directly within the prototype. It's efficient and creates true understanding.
Tools like JIRA automatically link stories to a prototype of the them in iRise, giving teams a more complete picture of what to build or how to test. They also keeps all attributes (description, conversations, priority, due date, story points, etc.) in sync.
reduction in project cost
reduction in rework
Some of the world's best companies have used iRise and seen amazing results. And beyond the cost and time savings, they're building the software their users need (and expect).
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