Compare IBM Rational DOORS vs. IBM Rational Focal Point

IBM Rational DOORS is ranked 2nd in Application Requirements Management with 8 reviews while IBM Rational Focal Point is ranked 15th in Application Requirements Management. IBM Rational DOORS is rated 7.2, while IBM Rational Focal Point is rated 0. The top reviewer of IBM Rational DOORS writes "Has given us a means for improving the way we proceed through solution development". On the other hand, IBM Rational DOORS is most compared with Jira, IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation, Polarion Requirements, PTC Integrity Requirements Connector and Jama Connect, whereas IBM Rational Focal Point is most compared with Jira.
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Rational Focal Point
IBM Rational DOORS is a requirements management application for optimizing requirements communication, collaboration and verification throughout your organization and supply chain. This scalable solution can help you meet business goals by managing project scope and cost. Rational DOORS lets you capture, trace, analyze and manage changes to information while maintaining compliance to regulations and standards. Rational DOORS provides requirements management in a centralized location for better team collaboration, and traceability by linking requirements to design items, test plans, test cases and other requirements. It also provides scalability to address your changing requirements management needs, test tracking toolkit for manual test environments to link requirements to test cases, and integrations to help manage changes to requirements with either a simple pre-defined change proposal system or a more thorough, customizable change control workflow with Rational change management solutions.IBM Rational Focal Point is a comprehensive portfolio planning solution for market-driven teams. With Rational Focal Point, teams can make collaborative, objective decisions to deliver market, customer, and business value. By understanding what matters most, your organization can respond to dynamic market conditions and deliver valued products and projects.
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Sample Customers
Infosys, Chevrolet VoltSanDisk, CareCore National, Laminar Medica, Chubb Insurance, Swedbank
Top Industries
Aerospace/Defense Firm30%
Manufacturing Company22%
Individual & Family Service9%
Comms Service Provider4%
Computer Software Company32%
Manufacturing Company12%
Comms Service Provider7%
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