Compare IBM Rational ALM vs. PTC Integrity

IBM Rational ALM is ranked 7th in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Suites with 6 reviews while PTC Integrity is ranked 9th in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Suites with 5 reviews. IBM Rational ALM is rated 7.2, while PTC Integrity is rated 6.8. The top reviewer of IBM Rational ALM writes "Helped with time management, improved our resource utility, and helped assure on-time completion". On the other hand, the top reviewer of PTC Integrity writes "Good item management and version control but does not have good performance ". IBM Rational ALM is most compared with JIRA, Microsoft Azure DevOps and TFS, whereas PTC Integrity is most compared with JIRA, Polarion ALM and TFS. See our IBM Rational ALM vs. PTC Integrity report.
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The most valuable feature is the reporting of the CPU usage on the dashboard.At the same time, if you're working from the architect or the designing team you, it's quite easy to manage the resources online.It helped us contain critical things, like source code and several documents, which is very important to us.It is relatively easy to use and user-friendly once the setup is complete.The cataloging is a very valuable feature. For a lot of enterprises, they end up not knowing which applications do specific features. The cataloging helps with this. It's not that verbose, but it still gives you allowances to put in more detail.The planning feature is rich with Scrum concepts: Sprint, Sprint retrospective, the rules in the Scrum framework.

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The most valuable feature is traceability starting from the requirements until the end of a project.The tool is quite structured and has a good command set.Complete traceability as per process requirements.We found the requirement management and the version control features to be the most useful for our client.We have been using it because it gives certain abilities in the automotive industry, such as auditing or keeping track of information.

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The stability of this solution can be improved.The directory designer manager is uncivil. The design manager is clearly really unstable.Of course it would be related to customer experience. The solution is not user friendly at all. It needs an expert to use it, although the reporting feature was okay.There is not enough beginner support material in the form of FAQs or simple training to help you get started.The features should be more intuitive. If I'm looking for something, its location should be easy to locate.I would like to see better reporting features. The out-of-box reporting is - I don't want to say limited - but the focus is on the Scrum and Sprint reports. We need more reporting features regarding the history of the work, tracking it more deeply.

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We are unhappy because everything that we needed required customization and this is not a plug-and-play type of solution at all.I would like to see better integration from the architectural side.There are not enough reports. People would like to see something similar to what is available in JIRA.It's not so customizable. Compared to other tools, defining user stories is a slightly more cumbersome process as an ALM engineer.To be honest, the third controller system is kind of old. There are lots of transactional changes that have not been implemented in PTC. If you have a larger project, for example, whenever you give bits and need to change 10,000 files you can just commit them. But here the work style is a little more file based, so you'll have to take care of almost all the files individually. It's not a single commit like you do here, but rather you have to allocate time for each component or file that you want to check in or commit. That's a very big issue.

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6.8
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Rational ALM, MKSMKS
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Overview
Lifecycle management capabilities built on the open, unifying IBM Rational Jazz platform can help agile and traditional teams: see at-a-glance status, access better data for decisions, manage costs, reuse the most efficient processes across the organization, manage cloud, web, SOA and mobile application design and development. Teams can also gain real-time traceability, manage work across vendors, unify across a diverse set of lifecyle tools, and provide collaborative development for continuous delivery as part of the IBM DevOps solution.The PTC Integrity Software Suite provides a comprehensive set of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Systems Engineering capabilities that enable cross-discipline collaboration, improve time-to-market, streamline compliance, and reduce product risk. Simplify the complexity involved in developing today's complex engineered and smart, connected products.
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Sample Customers
Tennis Australia, WeCloud AB, Port Otago Limited, Logicalis US, Valmer, The Chevrolet Volt, AshurstTRW Automotive
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Transportation Company50%
Manufacturing Company25%
Engineering Company13%
Aerospace/Defense Firm13%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Software R&D Company37%
Transportation Company23%
Manufacturing Company16%
Comms Service Provider8%
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