February 11, 2020
Score 7 out of 10
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Likelihood to Recommend
For requirements management, JAMA is very effective. They've nailed that. Once you start moving into other areas, it starts dropping off in functionality. JAMA seems to have taken a more rigid approach to these other areas (test management, design reviews, traceability, risk management). If only they could design these other areas to be as wonderfully flexible as the core requirements management functionality.