Requirements & specification tool

CASE Spec provides the power of both a word processor and a spreadsheet with database to effectively track requirements and specify systems.

The tool you’ve been waiting for

Unlike other tools, which offer slow performance for large sets of items and other artifacts, CASE Spec provides peak performance across LAN, WAN, and wireless Internet connections.

Affordable and fully customizable

With CASE Spec, every aspect is customizable. CASE Spec enables the creation of custom artifacts, attributes, prefix numbering, and link types. Custom definitions can be reused with custom templates.



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CASE Spec - Requirements and Life-Cycle Management Tool

    CASE Spec provides a comprehensive life cycle solution for specification, requirements tracking, analysis, design and testing.

    Manage items (requirements, test scripts, test steps, etc.) in a single or multiple hierarchies and link them in any desired fashion to other items, diagrams, or files (documents, code fragments etc.). For example, user requirements can be linked to functional requirements and, in turn, to test steps.

    Full graphical and tabular traceability is provided with drill-down to lower levels. A change in an object such as a User Requirement automatically flags directly and indirectly linked objects such as test steps as suspect, to be re-evaluated. Easily generate traceability, impact and gap analysis reports.

    Supports both agile and traditional life-cycle methodologies, even projects that combine elements of each.


9/9/2013 - Document Import Tool

CASE Spec includes a document import tool that enables you to easily migrate from a document-centric process to database-centric process. To lean more about CASE Spec import tools click here .


"CASE Spec has been a great tool for our company. Its comprehensive and affordable, and manages our requirements nicely. We have a team of 15 engineers, and having the ability to update requirements and linking them to tests has been helpful in communication within the group."

Blair Morad