Developing partnerships with
educational and research institutions
As a spin-out company of the
Belgian University of Louvain-la-Neuve (UCL), Respect-IT aims at bridging
between university research and the industry. Our product Objectiver
an excellent illustration of a successful technology transfer. Indeed,
on the KAOS goal-driven approach whose initiative has been undertaken
by Pr Axel van Lamsweerde
and his research team at UCL; and Respect-IT has been applying the approach
successfully in many different industrial contexts since 1998.
Developing a powerful software tool to
support the methodology has been Respect-IT's challenge for several years. It's now time to give the possiblity to a larger
practitioners to reap
the benefits of this brand new and efficient way of engineering
requirements. You, as a member of educational or research
be a key player in helping us to win this new challenge, and we
together build a strong partnership based on a win-win strategy.
On the one hand, we want to offer you
dedicated licenses of Objectiver so that you and your students
can benefit from this technology at very attractive conditions. On the other hand, we
would like to take into account your
experience and feedback in order to improve our tool, and contribute to
its broadest possible
We are convinced that Objectiver will deeply contribute to a
improvement in requirements engineering.
We sincerely hope that this approach
will meet your interest.
For educational and research institutions, 3 types of
licenses are available: