Insightful Engineering at Enterprise Scale
As products become increasingly software-driven, connected and sophisticated, engineering processes become exponentially more complex. IBM’s Engineering portfolio includes:
- IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) is the leading platform for today’s complex product and software development.
- IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Family is a requirements management application for optimizing requirements communication, collaboration and verification throughout your organization and supply chain.
- IBM Engineering Systems Design Rhapsody and its family of products offers a proven solution for modeling and systems design activities that allows you to manage the complexity many organizations face with product and systems development.
Avoid rework and project delays with market-leading requirements management solutions. Reduce costs and time to market while improving quality and client satisfaction.
Reduce time to market without sacrificing quality through effective test management. Make sure your next launch is successful through alignment of overall test planning with customer requirements.
Agile Software Development
Innovate faster with Agile software development and delivery. Develop with better reliability and collaboration to speed up time to delivery and create products fine-tuned to customer demands.
Model-Based Systems Engineering
Model-based system engineering improves the manageability of engineering projects. The complexity of product development is growing exponentially as innovations become more intelligent and connected
Functional Safety & Compliance
Enhance compliance management across your product development lifecycle. Simplify your adherence to functional safety and regulatory requirements while increasing efficiency
Tool & Platform Connectors
This software integrates with a number of third-party tools, including HP ALM/Quality Center, Atlassian JIRA, Microsoft Team Foundation Server, CA Clarity, Rally, VersionOne, ThoughtWorks Mingle, and open source Bugzilla.