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Borland Caliber is ranked 11th in Application Requirements Management while IBM Rational DOORS is ranked 2nd in Application Requirements Management with 14 reviews. Borland Caliber is rated 0.0, while IBM Rational DOORS is rated 7.8. On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM Rational DOORS writes "Has given us a means for improving the way we proceed through solution development". Borland Caliber is most compared with Jira and Dimensions RM, whereas IBM Rational DOORS is most compared with Jira, Polarion Requirements, PTC Integrity Requirements Connector, IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation and Inflectra SpiraTest.
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