Most business and IT executives agree that any company that is able to rapidly deliver software of high and predictable quality with minimum budgets enjoys a significant advantage. However, challenges associated with software quality remain largely unsolved. Unfortunately, in many software organizations, quality is handled as an afterthought. This white paper presents the fundamental principles of Requirements-Driven Testing (RDT), a different testing process that is tightly coupled to application requirements and delivers measurably high, systematic, and cost-effective requirements and test coverage.
Sponsor: Borland, A Micro Focus Company