The plugin for RTC uses the built-in data synchronization capability of SpiraTeam to allow incidents logged in SpiraTeam to be added as new work items in RTC and vice-versa. In addition, any changes made to a previously-synchronized work item in RTC will be updated accordingly in SpiraTeam.
IBM Rational Team Concert is a software development team collaboration tool. It provides software development teams with a collaborative environment in which they can manage all aspects of their work, such as plans, tasks, revision control, build management, and reports
SpiraTest® is a powerful Requirements and Test Management solution that manages a software project’s requirements, scope, use-cases, tests, releases and bugs and issues in one environment, with complete requirements traceability throughout. Customers can track every bug or issue back to the test case and test step that being executed, and from there back to the underlying requirement needing fulfillment.
SpiraPlan®provides a complete Agile Project Management System in one package, that can manages your project's requirements, releases, iterations, tasks and issues in one environment, fully synchronized. SpiraPlan® provides reporting dashboards of key project progress and risk indicators - task progress, effort slippage, project velocity, task burndown / burnup, top risk and issues – in one consolidated view. Designed to be methodology agnostic, SpiraPlan supports Scrum, Extreme Programming, DSDM, Agile United Process and other agile/hybrid methodologies.
SpiraTeam® is an integrated Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) system that manages your project's requirements, releases, test cases, issues and tasks in one unified environment. SpiraTeam®contains all of the features provided by SpiraTest® - our highly acclaimed quality assurance system and SpiraPlan® - our agile-enabled project management solution. With integrated customizable dashboards of key project information, SpiraTeam® allows you to take control of your entire project lifecycle and synchronize the hitherto separate worlds of development and testing.