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CLM 2012 is here! Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer 4.0 now available

Sound the trumpets, ring the bells, wake the children, and shut the front door!  The day you have all been waiting for is here and we are certain you will agree, it was well worth the wait. We are very pleased and proud to announce the general availability of the Rational Solution for Collaborative Lifecycle […]

Announcing the CLM 2012 release: Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer 4.0

I am proud to announce that the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 2012 release will be available for download June 12!  This release delivers RTC 4.0, RQM 4.0, and RRC 4.0 in one integrated solution. It is the culmination of many months of effort by our developers, and great collaboration with our community at You’ll […]

CLM 2012 Part 4 – Rational Requirements Composer: Definition to Delivery

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts discussing the enhancements in our Collaborative Lifecycle Management 2012 solution.  Continuing with our race to the CLM 2012 finish line, let’s take a look at some of the great new features in Rational Requirements Composer. Just as a racing pit crew is essential to keep things […]

Running slow? Get a health check

Have you ever noticed sluggishness with a CLM web page and wondered whether you are hitting some product issues, or just having a bumpy connection with the server?  Or while you were waiting for your content to show up in the browser, have you ever wondered “are they there yet”? There is a little tool […]

Start your engines! CLM 2012 Part 1- Taking a peek under the hood

This is the first in a series of blogs discussing the enhancements we’re delivering in the upcoming release of our Collaborative Lifecycle Management solution, comprising: Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, Rational Requirements Composer, and beta integration with Rational Software Architect Design Manager. The team chose the race car theme for this blog series, and […]

More CLM 2012 beta videos: Clustering, installation, scriptable setup, express setup, process editing and more

We just posted another round of CLM 2012 Beta demo videos, highlighting more of the features and enhancements available in this Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer beta. Check ’em out and see how they can improve the way you work! And we’d love to hear your feedback. CLM 2012 Beta […]

New videos for CLM 2012 Beta!

It’s not enough that our developers write great software, but did you know they are movie stars too? We have some great new features to show you as part of the Rational CLM Beta for 2012. We took a few of our personal favorites and added those videos to our site today. You can currently see […]

Announcing the CLM 2012 Beta!

Very few companies provide milestone builds of their products to their customers. And not all provide betas. But how many companies do both AND self-host on their milestones and betas? Not many, but we DO and we’re proud of it. By self-hosting, we work out the problems before you experience them, but we also know […]

Import ReqPro Projects into Requirements Composer

It has arrived! The new fixpack for Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) provides the first opportunity for Rational RequisitePro customers to move existing requirements into RRC and use them in Rational’s newest Requirements Definition and Management tool. The fixpack was made available on October 17th here on Some of you will know that in […]

Introducing a graphical traceability explorer for Rational Requirements Composer

Requirements solutions like Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) are a major advance in information traceability for program and project teams when compared to doing it manually in documents or spreadsheets.  RRC helps teams achieve a new level of creating, maintaining, analyzing, and reporting traceability. In RRC 3.0.1 we introduced the ability to define custom relationship types […]

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