define & communicate requirements more clearly
PowerStory's unique approach integrates the concepts found in use cases, storyboards and wireframes into one integrated deliverable called a Use Case Storyboard , that allows you to essentially simulate your use cases!
Since PowerStory is based on PowerPoint, it is perfect for presenting requirements during walkthroughs, and easy for the entire team to collaborate using a tool they already know how to use.
handle requirements changes with less rework
What happens if you have a requirement change that requires a new step in the use case? You need to add steps to your use cases, storyboards and test cases, along with adding a new wireframe.
You reduce rework effort by using PowerStory's Use Case Storyboards , because the flow of steps are "shared" instead of being duplicated across multiple deliverables.
save significant testing budget
Avoid that time consuming and error prone task of manually creating your test cases from your requirements.
Instead, use PowerStory to automatically generate your functional test cases based on the requirements you defined in the "use case storyboards"
create ui mockup wireframes using powerpoint
PowerStory provides a rich library of UI Controls that are based on PowerPoint Shapes , which means you can easily modify them.
You can also easily add your UI Control shapes and share them via an import export facility
What Others are Saying...
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I'm still being blown away by the features of Power-Story. This is an incredible product! Read the full review done by Dirk Dirk Strauss
Martin, please pass our thanks on to your team (and you) for your efforts. I’ve never seen customer service like this before. Exceptional! Chris A Burns Director of IT & CIO
Excellent BA tool for defining requirements, If you haven't done so already, I would recommend taking a look at PowerStory Glenn Hughes comments from LinkedIn
We have looked at some of the bigger requirements software programs, but they are cost-prohibitive at this point. This looks like a simple, less expensive option that would easily integrate with our test management program. Rebecca comments of powerstory
So if you write requirements, wear the Business Analyst or UI/UX hat then give this fresh approach a try." Wireframes Magazine review of powerstory