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OSLCFest – showcasing engineering transformation in action

Many companies are focused on accelerating the digital transformation of their business processes, but innovative companies are also focused on the digital transformation of their engineering processes. This transformation is also known as “digital engineering’ as originally coined by the US DoD. The primary objectives of the digital transformation of engineering are to leapfrog your […]

You spoke, we listened – We’re changing the way ideas are submitted to IBM

For many years, the IBM Request For Enhancement (RFE) Program has provided an opportunity for customers, business partners and IBMers to suggest changes to our products and services. However, we know from what you have told us that it hasn’t always been easy to understand the status of your ideas. This is now about to change. The IBM Engineering Portfolio is embarking on an IBM-wide program to provide you with a better way to tell us what you need.

Join us for the IBM Virtual Engineering Fall Conference

Please join us for this free event to learn about IBM Engineering solutions for software and systems development. Gain knowledge on IBM Engineering applications for Agile development as well as Engineering Lifecycle Management, Test, Requirements Management, Quality, and more. Engineers, software teams, quality and project managers can learn about ways to use our solutions, hear user case stories, as well as information into our future plans.

Digitizing engineering in the A&D industry

IBM and VDC Research will discuss the development challenges affecting the A&D industry and the impact of adopting a digital engineering strategy to help accelerate product development, lower costs, and improve quality across both hardware and software engineering.​

Interim Fix 6 (iFIX6) for Engineering Method Composer 7.6.2 is now available

Interim Fix 6 (iFIX6) for Engineering Lifecycle Optimization Method Composer (MEC) 7.6.2 is now available for download from IBM Fix Central .

IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS is the leading requirements management solution in the market today

At IBM, we know modern requirements management. IBM DOORS pioneered modern requirements management software starting in the 1990’s, and through continued focus and product advancement IBM is recognized as an industry leader in requirements management solutions today. As systems engineering and development has matured over the last thirty years so has IBM’s engineering solutions. Today […]

Do you want to improve your productivity managing your project requirements while enjoying a free lunch with an IBM Engineer?

Come learn about key productivity enhancements available in IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS from the experts and lunch is on us. Register for the Grab a beer with an IBM engineer seminar where IBM subject matter experts will discuss and demo key DOORS enhancements. IBM is continually enhancing DOORS with new functionality and its important to […]

Improve document generation experience with Configuration Layer in Publishing template

Before generating a document with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Publishing (PUB), end-users must configure the data source and provide a number of inputs. Though this cannot be avoided, we can make the user experience better by enabling value selection instead of manually entering the values, thanks to the Configuration Layer in PUB. Configuration layer […]

New database versions supported with CLM V6 (and useful pointers)

Collaborative Lifecycle Management products 6.0.6 and 6.0.6.1 are in support for almost another year, however the Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server versions supported by these release are now significantly back-level. So to give most of you more time to run 6.0.6 or 6.0.6.1 while staying current with your database versions, we have added support for […]

5 best practices for TRS Feeds Implementation for Reporting

Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) Tracked Resource Set (TRS) protocol allows a server to expose a set of resources in a way that allows clients to discover the exact set of resources in the set, to track all additions to or removals from the set, and to track state changes to all resources in the set.

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