QRA Corp Partners with Marinvent Corporation to Deliver New Quality Analysis Capabilities for Complex Program Optimization

Halifax, Nova Scotia — March 08, 2017 — QRA Corp, an emerging leader in Design Verification technology, announced a new partnership for the integration of quality analysis capabilities with Marinvent’s Synthesis, a compliance and certification tool suite widely used in the Aerospace & Defence industry. This partnership expands the analysis capabilities already utilized by QVscribe users for identifying and repairing costly weaknesses within requirements documents – streamlining the cost & time associated with the certification process.

“It’s been immensely rewarding to see how current QVscribe users are using the tool to improve what is really the foundation of their project’s specifications and other technical documentation,” said Jordan Kyriakidis, QRA Corp CEO and President. “What started as an NLP experiment is now not just an innovative product, but an adaptable engine for technical documentation analysis, which is exactly what this partnership represents. Integrating compliance management & quality analysis together in one harmonious tool suite.”

“One of the primary factors governing the amount of program re-work and the ease of achieving test coverage for our customers is a good set of strong requirements to start each project,” said Phil Cole, VP Business Development at Marinvent Corporation. “Having extensively tested QVscribe we are confident that it provides the perfect front-end interface for our Synthesis® tools because it ensures that the requirements we enter into Synthesis are strong from the outset. It is easy to use and the net result of this integration of Synthesis and QVscribe for our customers is more streamlined projects with less rework, saving both time and money.”

“First launched in the Spring of 2016, QVscribe kicked off a new way to look at requirements analysis – using NLP to automate the error-prone review tasks that lead to costly vulnerabilities going unnoticed in requirements documents,” said Alex McCallum, QRA Corp COO. “The technology really struck a chord with systems engineers and project managers, igniting a conversation about rethinking requirements in the Aerospace & Defence Industries. We’re thrilled to continuously evolve these capabilities, and apply them to tool suites such as Synthesis for a much better compliance certification experience.”