IBM Rational DOORS Stability

Juergen Albrecht
System Engineer / Requirements Engineer / Managing Director at CCC Systems Engineering Suisse GmbH
The stability is quite nice at this point. After these last few major versions, they have made significant improvement and it is very stable. View full review »
reviewer1150074
General Manager & Founder/consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Rational DOORS is very reliable compared to the other tools that I have used. It works very well. View full review »
Juergen Albrecht
System Engineer / Requirements Engineer / Managing Director at CCC Systems Engineering Suisse GmbH
I have never had any problems with DOORS for any of my clients. It runs fine. View full review »
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Ian Hobson
Director at Innovation & Design Engineering Ltd
This solution has always been very stable and doesn't really ever let us down. We do have Citrix problems because we are centralizing it but as a general rule, it is a solid tool. There can also be problems that are caused by other people's DXL coding, as people are modifying it to work for them. However, it is the modifications that cause the problems rather than DOORS itself. In this context, there are more self-inflicted stability problems. View full review »
DevoPLM544
PLM Development at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
This is a stable solution, although it depends on the network connection. It runs poorly on a slow network connection, so you need a fast connection. View full review »
GuillaumeRAYNAUD
Corporate Engineering at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The program is very stable. View full review »
BrunoPencole
DOORS Expert at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The solution is stable. View full review »
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