Marinvent Corporation and QRA Corp are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the integrated version of QRA’s QVscribe requirements tool with Marinvent´s Synthesis® certification tools
QRA Corp Partners with Marinvent Corporation to Deliver New Quality Analysis Capabilities for Complex Program Optimization
Leveraging the Requirements Analysis Capabilities within QVscribe, the partnership will integrate QRA’s Natural Language Processing with Marinvent’s Synthesis Tool Suite for ensuring project optimization remains clear & consistent with one easy analysis.
QVscribe instantly flags language issues that cause over half of all design errors – reducing expensive re-work & cost overruns
How to eliminate over half of all design errors before they occur
“The QRA team is at a critical point for growth; we need to scale now in order to operationally handle the many incoming clients, countries, and industries. We’re really very happy, honoured, and excited to have been chosen to pilot the Lazaridis Institute Canadian Scale-Up program.” Jordan Kyriakidis – QRA Corp CEO & Co-Founder
After a summer of celebrating a slew of new projects and launching our first publicly available tool, QVscribe – QRA is going through another growth spurt. Amongst some recent hires, we’re very happy to announce that Leslie Steffler has joined in the new role of Product Designer.
“These are early days, but that’s what we do. It’s why we exist – and this funding is allowing us to work even harder towards fully accomplishing our mission.” Jordan Kyriakidis, QRA Corp CEO & Co-Founder – During the recent Atlantic Innovation Fund Announcement
Because nobody likes building or using a poor requirements document. Over the past year, our team has probed dozens of engineers and their requirements documents to create the ultimate list of tips on how to write requirements documents that are a dream to work with.
When asked why we decided to build a requirements analysis tool, I immediately thought back to one of our first meetings with engineers: “Bullshit.”
QRA Corp Celebrates Successful Partnerships worth over $6 Million with Lockheed Martin, Innovacorp and Dalhousie University
Exemplifying successful academic entrepreneurship and how Atlantic Canada is a hub for unlocking innovation.
Engineers worldwide can now identify and repair vulnerabilities in requirements documents in seconds.