It provides a central and shared repository for everyone. Yonix documents enable you to create, share and collaborate on a whole host of documentation and requirements without compromising the disciplines required for effective requirements management. Built in versioning and auditing means it's easy to find the right version and understand the changes overtime.
All the advantages of a collaborative web-based application and it’s just as easy to use as Word and Excel. But unlike MS Office products, Yonix supports real-time online collaboration. Invite stakeholders in to review and comment on the working copy of a Collaborative Document online in real time and eliminate version control issues, misunderstandings and time-consuming updates!
Capture the relationships between requirements, from business objectives to technical specifications and track how they change over time across co-located, outsourced or distributed teams, the extent of stakeholder engagement and the impact of communication gaps and conflicts on project outcomes.
Configure Yonix to support your client’s preferred process, your own familiar practices or template-driven best-practice approaches.
Visibility and control across co-located, outsourced or distributed teams. Understanding of the linkages and flows of information in a project and the impact of communication gaps on project outcomes.
Capture requirements once, then version and reuse them as often as you need to. Filter the requirements you want stakeholders to review then publish them to Word or Excel at the click of a button. Reuse documents, templates, requirements and stakeholders stored in Yonix’s libraries across multiple projects.
Yonix is the agile and collaborative way to document processes, requirements and specifications for your projects.
Create your project documentation in Yonix, work collaboratively and share with your team.
Yonix is flexible enough to support all your documentation including Requirements Documents, Design and Specifications, Request for Proposals (RFPs), Use Cases, Business Processes, Change Requests, Workshop Minutes, Release Plans, Release Notes and many more.
Create documents from templates or create your own just as easily. Create sections and child sections to separate content, just like you do in Word.
Add requirements from your libraries to document sections or create new ones in-line.
Edit them in-line, with the updates reflected throughout your document and Yonix.
Requirements can be added to multiple documents and multiple sections within individual documents.
Including tables, bulleted/number lists, text formatting, highlighting, hyperlinks and more.
Insert images from your libraries or upload new ones. Insert Mock-ups, Business Processes, Models, Photos, UML Diagrams and any other image.
Generate professional Word documents at a click of a button.
Export the entire document or a filtered view.
Using export templates you can customize the layout and styles so the Word documents adhere to your company's standard.
Changing the order or hierarchy of sections or requirements is as easy as dragging and dropping.
Move requirements into new sections simply by dragging and dropping.
Avoid large unwieldy documents, with document filters. Tailor documents outputs for individuals or groups, which means they only see content and requirements relevant to them.
Build a library of document templates for all types of documents to enable your team to hit the ground running and standardize your documentation. You may choose to create document templates for your Requirements Documents, Project Plans, Specifications and more...
Once you've created a document it's easy to save it as a template and reuse it again.
Yopu can add rich text help and hints for each document to provide your team with assistance when they are using the templates.
Yonix automatically keeps track of every change made to your document, who made it and when. Yonix also keeps a historical view, so you can see how the document has evolved over time, who made the changes and when.
Requirements are the key to your project success and a valuable intellectual asset.
Projects go well when requirements are well defined and managed. Yonix makes looking after your requirements easy.
Yonix helps you avoid rework, scope creep and the premium and downstream problems related to poor requirements.
Build a common and shared library of requirements for your organisation and projects, so everyone knows what you are building and why.
Create common requirement libraries for Non-functional Requirements, Business Rules and other requirement types and share these across different projects.
Define your own requirement types and hierarchies.
Create requirements types to match your process and reuse these across your projects. Create requirement types to capture Business Objectives, Business Rules, Non-Functional Requirements, User Stories, Acceptance Criteria, High-Level Requirements, Detailed Requirements Tasks, Ideas, Enhancement Requests and more...
In Yonix requirements are more than just text.
Create requirement that Include images, tables, bulleted/number lists, bold text, highlighted text, hyperlinks and more...
Create requirements in-line and edit them the same way.
Any changes will be automatically updated throughout Yonix.
Create bidirectional relationships between requirements to track the dependencies, conflicts, constraints, business rules, non-functional requirements and more.
Group and manage hierarchical requirments together and keep track of relationships visually.
Yonix will automatically keep track of all changes to requirements, so you don't have to. All changes are recorded so you and your team know who made them, when and why.
Associate individual people or groups to requirements and define their association to keep track of ownership and responsibilities.
Allow stakeholders to post review comments, share thoughts and opinions about requirements
Attach supporting documents and files from your document library to your requirements or upload new ones.
Search for requirements using keywords or filter requirements by type, priority, and status.
Display requirements for a particular stakeholder or stakeholder group.
Upload your files into Yonix, or if you are using a document management tool, google docs or something else, Yonix can link to the file using a URL.
Yonix supports all popular file formats including Microsoft Word, Excel, Photoshop, PDFs, PNGs, you name it, we support it.
When you upload a new version of a file, Yonix can keep a copy of the old version around for safe keeping. This makes it easy to go back and see what changed and who changed it.
An uploaded document could be the source of requirements, may provide supporting information necessary for stakeholders and your development teams or simply provide background or further reading.
You can map requirements to documents to track relationships between uploaded files and requirements.
Invite team members and stakeholders (internal or external) into your projects to review, validate, discuss, share their thoughts, and provide feedback on your documents and requirements.
All team members and stakeholders can create discussions, post comments or relies on everything in Yonix.
View all the discussions related to a organization, project, document or requirement.
Automatic notifications are sent to everyone involved with the discussion when a reply is posted.
Confusion often arises when different people use terms to mean different things. With Yonix Dictionaries you can now store and re-use terms and definitions to prevent misunderstandings, saving you hours of explanations and headaches.
Use dictionaries to store definitions for names, acronyms, and abbreviations (glossaries of terms) or to describe classes/tables on your data/class model, their attributes and data flows (Data Dictionaries). Create dictionaries for your organization or project and share items between them.
Add references to dictionary items from within Yonix documents, requirements, or other dictionary items.
Select words and search your dictionaries for matching words and definitions.
Once a reference has been created, hover your mouse over it to see the definition.