5 DOORS Migration Myths

IBM Rational DOORS was built in 1991 when it became clear that document-based tools such as Microsoft Office did not offer the capabilities able to manage and analyze requirements traceability. And while it was revolutionary at the time, not much has changed about the product in over 30 years. 

Many teams are looking to switch away from Rational DOORS because of IT mandates, poor usability due to an antiquated user interface, lack of collaborative features, and a host of other reasons.   

If you’re thinking of making the switch, watch this video to learn more about:  

  • The risks of staying with IBM DOORS  

  • The differences between Rational DOORS and DOORS NG  

  • The realities of migrating from Rational DOORS to DOORS NG  

  • An alternate, easier path for migrating away from IBM DOORS 

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