Work together in real-time
iRise was designed from the ground up to support secure, global collaboration. With iRise distributed teams can work on the same projects and screens at the same time, and see each other's changes and feedback live.
Publish and share instantly online for honest, actionable feedback
Share projects securely with team members, colleagues, and clients. Stakeholders can comment directly on requirements, screens, and individual UI elements so you get the feedback you need. These comments are also displayed in our requirements management tools, so you can continue the conversation there.
Seamlessly integrate Slack and Skype into your workflow
In iRise, the top toolbar shows you which project team members are online or off, and you'll have a number of ways to message them. Activate the Slack integration to get started. Want to Slack or Skype someone - just click the icon on their contact card and message away! Learn more.
Bring everyone into the conversation
Make sure everyone on every team is on the same page. When you have a question or need clarification, you can add comments and start discussions. Email notifications are sent to all subscribers and @mentions so issues are resolved quickly.
Bonus feature: Collaboration functionality carries over to the tools you integrate with iRise, like JIRA or Microsoft TFS. So you can extend conversations to your dev and testing teams as well.
Export project to share and review offline
You can also download projects to share offline. Using the free iRise Reader app, stakeholders can then review your iRise projects and add comments so you get the feedback you need.
Establish traceability across the full software lifecyle with built-in ALM connectors
iRise connectors provide fully automated, real-time synchronization among the tools used by your software development and delivery teams. Establish full traceability from user stories, requirements, and design specifications, to development tasks, tests, and defects.
Guide your stakeholders through projects with ease. Set up user scenarios with step-by-step instructions for each task, so stakeholders always know where to click and what information to enter. And you’ll know your stakeholders have reviewed all of the key features.