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IBM Rational DOORS Primary Use Case

Juergen Albrecht - PeerSpot reviewer
System Engineer / Requirements Engineer / Managing Director at CCC Systems Engineering Suisse GmbH

Our primary use for DOORS is that we implement this product for our customers and build-out customized components.  

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KM
Sr. Systems Engineer at a manufacturing company with 1-10 employees

My primary use case is for the development and management of requirements, traceability of requirements up and down the architecture chain, and verification.

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Julie Kent - PeerSpot reviewer
Lead Modeling & Simulation Engineer at Mitre

We had a large number of requirements coming in as a federal contractor and we put them in DOORS. We did exports from that to map those requirements to what we were doing and the architecture that we were building. We did that in MagicDraw, which we attempted to integrate with DOORS.

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FC
President at a outsourcing company with 11-50 employees

We use it to manage requirements. For the defense projects, we basically do a waterfall design methodology. So, we input the customer's requirements at the top level, and we flow down through all of the design requirements and the testing requirements. We keep it all managed through DOORS.

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FD
Electronics and Software Development Area Manager at a transportation company with 501-1,000 employees

We primarily use the solution for giving requirements, both mechanical and electric.

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Juergen Albrecht - PeerSpot reviewer
System Engineer / Requirements Engineer / Managing Director at CCC Systems Engineering Suisse GmbH

I run my own engineering office in Switzerland for training companies on a freelance basis. I have used the most recent version for several projects.

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AV
Sr. Director, Software Engineering Director at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees

We used DOORS to elicit and gather user needs and then document them. We would then document these needs with diagrams and pictures that could be used to implement products and tests. We also used it for traceability purposes.

System engineers, software requirements engineers, software development engineers, software manual test engineers, software automated test engineers, software DevOps teams — these were the people who mainly used this solution.

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AV
ARP4754 Structured Development & Process Assurance at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees

I am using IBM Rational DOORS for managing engineering requirements.

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Alexander Sena - PeerSpot reviewer
Spacecraft Systems Engineer at a aerospace/defense firm with 5,001-10,000 employees

We use DOORS for aerospace applications. I'm a systems engineer and we are customers of IBM. 

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Hubert Zenner - PeerSpot reviewer
Technical Sales Specialist at a computer software company with 1,001-5,000 employees

I use DOORS to support my customers, who are heavy users of the tool. I try to figure out what's wrong whenever they have some issues. For example, if they need some help, I use the tool to recreate my customers' environments and work with it to find solutions for them. About 10 people in my company do the same thing as me.

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Leith Mudge - PeerSpot reviewer
Systems Engineer at a comms service provider with 51-200 employees

The primary use for the product is requirements management. That is essentially prioritizing and planning product delivery.  

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Shanice Hopson - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Engineer, Space Systems Department at National Aeronautics and Space Administration

We are mainly using IBM Rational DOORS for managing requirements.

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Julie Kent - PeerSpot reviewer
Lead Modeling & Simulation Engineer at Mitre

There are numerous projects that we are using with IBM Rational DOORS. They are isolated from each other and then we receive requirements from outside sources, load them into DOORS, and use them to do traceability into architectures developed in MagicDraw.

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