Gather Requirements Exchanging Mind Maps with Evernote
ConceptDraw MINDMAP with the new Note Exchange solution allows to distribute and use mind maps notes for gather requirements anywhere using powerful Evernote technology.
Mindmap requirement notes with Evernote exchanging is competitive advantage now. Add more value to your gather requirements process using Note Exchange solution.
Sample 1. Product proposal data
This mindmap was created in ConceptDraw MINDMAP mind mapping software by experienced user for 30 minutes as a sample for solution Note Exchange from ConceptDraw Solution Park.
The Note Exchange solution extends ConceptDraw MINDMAP with the ability to exchange with Evernote, and access mind maps anywhere, on any computer or mobile device via Evernote.
Use ConceptDraw MINDMAP enhanced with Note Exchange solution as a requirement management tool, sending day-to-day requirements from your mind map to Evernote.
Using the Note Exchange solution you can upload a whole map, or specific parts relating to a certain person, requirement or meeting, and you can access your requirement mind maps wherever you are.
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