Visure Solutions Launches Visure Requirements 4.7 to Ease Corporate Deployments
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Visure solutions, a developer of requirement life cycle management has come up with Visure Requirements 4.7, a tool that simplifies corporate deployments by providing them with added functionality, and security.
With greater demand for faster project deployments and reducing the operating complexity, customers need tools that would help them with lower cost of ownership and at the same time for tools that offer efficient Requirements Management. The Visure Requirements 4.7 is reliable, scalable and offers projects with greater performance. Besides this, the enhanced datalayer helps customers with its easy adoption towards market requirements thereby offering them with a more robust, web-enabled business layer.
Other feature of the tool includes the Universally Unique Identifier for Requirements that enable users to identify a requirement through projects, databases and applications that are useful while integrating Visure Requirements with other systems, and interfacing with other companies. This allows them to track the item back to its original location in Visure Requirements.
As more and more customers are looking forward to using Visure Requirements, there is a greater need to look for ways to securing data. Therefore the new release has come up with complete password policy enforcement for users independent of third-party user management systems.
"With this release Visure Solutions maintains our continuous commitment to innovation and scalability. One of the primary objectives of this release is also to provide our existing customers with a smooth and seamless transition to our future web based platform,” says Baldo Rincón, COO, Visure solutions.
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