||Bi-Directional requirement Tracable Matrix type: Windows team size: 5
||Good traceability practices allow for bidirectional traceability, meaning that the traceability chains can be traced in both the forward and backward directions.
Traceability is used to ensure that the right products are being built at each phase of the software development life cycle, to trace the progress of that development and to reduce the effort required to determine the impacts of requested changes.
Traceability is used to track the relationship between each unique product-level requirement and its source.
Automating the requirement, the traceability will not only help the project managers and developers in managing the requirement volatility and also help in delivering the project by addressing all the customer requirements.
The process area, Requirement Management (RM) in level2 of CMMI 1.2 specification mandates the usage of Bidirectional Traceability of Requirement.