Today’s product line engineering demands that you compete and capitalize on opportunities. This means you must innovate at unprecedented speeds while improving quality and managing a complex lifecycle of compliance and regulatory standards. You simply cannot expect your system engineering teams to meet today’s high demands using a point solution like DOORS designed before the browser was invented.
When project scope is increasing and time is shrinking, your only choice is to give people the right tool to help them do their job better and faster. If you are an existing DOORS user and wish to succeed at this accelerated pace, you need a Requirements Management tool that is easy to use and provides everyone with the collaboration they need.
Implementing a good Requirements Management solution is critical to meet the challenges of today’s accelerated world. Learn how Polarion Software can leverage your existing DOORS data in a browser-based system and modernize your Requirements Management application.
Join this webinar to see how Polarion has proven to be a viable, low-risk alternative for organizations seeking to increase agility, collaboration and innovation - where electronic signatures, baseline comparisons, traceability, and data migration/linking are critical.
- Experience live the migration of DOORS data to Polarion and discover the benefits of using Polarion to replace your legacy systems
- Continue to leverage and maximize your DOORS customizations and processes in a modern browser environment
- Extend your software requirements management process with a real time collaboration database, and a modern, customizable workflow engine, that supports any type of methodology from traditional to agile
- Ensure full traceability from requirements to test cases down to source code including DOORS requirements
- Invite and require stakeholders to electronically sign the specification documents as reviewed or approved before they can be released to production
Clara Vincenc Cismaru
Clara has 16 years of experience in software product management and engineering. She joined Polarion in 2013 where she pioneered the integration projects. For her integration is not only about integrating technologies, but mainly about connecting people, allowing them to communicate better, and hence be successful. A passionate communicator, she believes that a successful leader contributes beyond self, and she’s paying it forward by helping people become better communicators. She started her education in Computer Science and Economics at the Academy of Economics Studies in Bucharest, Romania where she holds a master’s degree. She holds prestigious credentials in project and product management. Continuous learning is for her a way of life.
David has been with Polarion since 2004, helping customers and prospects in North America as well as internationally to implement the best solution to their problems, leveraging Polarion’s highly flexible, open architecture. He travels around the globe to conduct training in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) focused on best practice sharing.
Prior to joining Polarion, David led the Phoenix Technical Consulting Group for 6 years, where he developed and implemented software and solutions in Cybersecurity and ITIL configuration management for such organizations as Symantec Corp., The US Air Force, Office of Naval Intelligence, and the TJX Companies.
David has served as the Director of Field Engineering for Symantec, Xpoint Technologies, and ON Technology. David is a graduate of Cornell University, Applied and Engineering Physics