SpiraPlan recognizes that projects are usually part of larger initiatives. SpiraPlan includes program management and program planning features that let you plan and execute multiple projects in parallel, with tools to help you keep track of the progress, milestones, and inter-project dependencies.
Projects in SpiraPlan are organized into Programs. This lets you report on all of the projects in a specific organization, customer or division. You can see the aggregate status of the group as whole and in addition, compare the relative health of the different projects in the group:
SpiraPlan includes a program management planning view that lets you view the backlog of requirements across all of the projects in a program in a single view:
This view lets you view all of the user stories, features and requirements for all of the projects in a single program-wide view. You can then prioritize the requirements by importance across all projects.
You can also see the different requirements and features by project to compare the backlogs:
SpiraPlan includes a program-level release planning module. This lets you see all of the releases and milestones in your program in a consolidated view:
You can view the project at multiple levels, including at the release, iteration, and phase level. SpiraPlan displays the test coverage and progress graphs for each milestone in each project.
SpiraPlan provides a program-level issue, defect and risk tracking module, that lets you see all of the tracked items for the program in a single sortable, filterable list:
You can filter and sort by the list by and of the fields as well as restrict it to just certain projects in the program.
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