Requirements & Specification tool

With CASE Spec, you can develop requirements and specifications as easily as you would with a word processor or spreadsheet, with the added power of a database, to efficiently and effectively maintain full life cycle traceability.

Collaboration & Tracking

Your teams, even those that are working at remote sites, can finally work together with CASE Spec’s shared repository, automatic notifications and web-enabled workflow tools.

Affordable & Fully Customizable

With CASE Spec, your project managers are provided with an affordable, easy-to-use, customizable tool to save time, eliminate redundancies, use resources most efficiently and limit errors.


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CASE Spec allows product development teams to efficiently define, organize and capture mission-critical business needs, and manage all types of requirements across the project’s lifecycle.  CASE Spec combines the flexibility of a word processor and spreadsheet with the power of a database to effectively track requirements, versions and releases.

CASE Spec’s unique set of analysis tools makes CASE Spec the most affordable, cutting-edge lifecycle management application for software/systems development on the market today.

With CASE Spec, project managers finally have an affordable, easy-to-use, customizable tool that will save time, reduce redundancies, use resources efficiently, and limit errors.


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As technology progresses, so do customers’ expectations for bug-free, fully functional software. This real-world expectation of a requirements-exact product has given rise to a new understanding of the importance of pre-release software testing. Manage your quality product development with CASE Spec’s unique set of integrated tools.

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Manage all product artifacts requirements, use cases, user stories, backlogs, test cases, bugs, and more in a centralized and shared, customizable repository.

Requirements Specification and Management

CASE Spec provides an extremely user friendly interface for your requirements specification and management, allowing all team members to contribute and track.  

Use any specification method such as use cases, user stories and/or traditional requirements specification to track and retrieve data.

Supplement your specifications with helpful diagrams (use cases, activities, sequences, packages, state machines, classes, objects, components) and embedded objects (RTF fragments, such as formatted text, tables, and images.)

Easily migrate from a document-centric process to a database-centric process using the built-in import tools for Word, Excel, XML, and more. Learn more...

Customize requirements specification with Views/Attributes.

Quickly and automatically generate specification documents and detailed reports.

Streamline your development process with built-in change and configuration management that allows for automatic history tracking and baselining features.

Easily store, share, manage and link documents to requirements and other specifications with integrated document management system.

Full Life Cycle Traceability 

Our award-winning analysis tools provide clear visual and tabular traceability to quickly understand relationships and the impacts of changes in real time.

A matrix design simplifies the complex relationships between requirements and artifacts (user stories, use cases, design elements, test cases, issues, project documents) identifying gaps and change impacts. CASE Spec automatically generate traceability, gap and impact-analysis reports.  Learn more…

Your teams, even those that are working at remote sites, can work together with CASE Spec’s shared repository, automatic notifications and web-enabled workflow tools.



"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