IBM Rational DOORS

IBM® Rational® DOORS® is a requirements management application for optimizing requirements communication, collaboration and verification throughout your organization and supply chain. It allows you to create relationships, trace dependencies, empower multiple teams to collaborate in near real-time and handle versioning and change management. IBM Rational DOORS is a scalable solution that can help you meet business goals by managing project scope and cost.

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Getting the Most out of DOORS: Architect for Success, Track your Progress, Find Defects Early

You’ve made the decision to use DOORS for requirements management, now what? In this presentation we’ll show you how to architect your DOORS project(s) to truly leverage the power of the DOORS tool.

Not only will you know how to structure your DOORS project, but you will come away knowing best practices (gathered over 10+ years on programs large and small) for allocating requirements, creating links, easily tracking your progress using daily metrics, fixing issues found using dynamic traceability views, and much more…

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Tracing Requirements to Design with Rhapsody and DOORS

Among top-tier systems development companies, Rational DOORS and Rational Rhapsody are the preferred requirements management and SysML modeling tools, respectively. A key concern is showing that requirements have been addressed in design, which is accomplished by tracing requirements to SysML/UML model elements.

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Requirements & Design using DOORS, Gears, and Rhapsody

Join Frank Leo, Engineering Specialist at General Motors, as he will describe GM’s powerful Systems Engineering approach based on their well orchestrated and tightly integrated solution with DOORS, Gateway, Rhapsody and Gears (including the DOORS/Gears Bridge). The extensive use of DOORS traceability and the benefits received will be reviewed.

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Client Success Stories


Emerging Health Information Technology

Better requirements. Enhanced business agility. Fast ROI.

Improving patient care while controlling rising costs is a challenge regularly faced by organizations in the healthcare industry. Emerging Health Information Technology has taken on this challenge by providing an application to physicians, clinicians, researchers, and hospital quality improvement staff which enables overall better patient care while increasing operational efficiencies. At the heart of their solution is better requirements management tooling and processes, with a focus on implementing agile methodologies to facilitate better collaboration and integrate user needs with business drivers.

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Learn How

If you are using DOORS to manage your requirements, you know that getting an expert in the DOORS DXL language can sometimes be difficult . MDAccess for DOORS solves this problem by providing a Java API to access the contents of your database. With the ability o read and write information using Java, you can integrate your requirement data easily and safely everywhere you need to.  Read more…

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Watch Now

Tom Capelle, President, Sodius and Dave West, Chief Product Officer, Tasktop describe how Tasktop Sync can connect IBM Rational DOORS and DOORS Next Generation (DOORS NG) to the lifecycle of development and beyond. They will define the challenge to modern requirements practice and how automation, combined with modern requirements practices, can build bridges from the island that is requirements to the rest of the lifecycle.

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In this presentation, Mia McCrowskey,  Director of Solution Lifecycle Management at Streamline Health,  will explain how IBM Rational DOORS provides her teams with easy access to their requirements, including feature release history, related functionality, and most importantly, a record of what they coded in the last iteration.  Read more…

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The Future is Now

We have helped our clients: 

  • Increase productivity by 25-75%
  • Reduce development costs by 50-60%
  • Accelerate time to market by 20-40%
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