Integrated requirements engineering

Requirements describe what your customers will buy. Integrating them with the product lifecycle allows them to drive all aspects of the product lifecycle toward consistent compliance, creating compliant-by-design products.

Create products that are compliant by design

Requirement-driven products shouldn't be managed independently. Requirements need to be included into daily development decisions.

Integrate requirements within the product lifecycle

Integrating requirements incorporates them into all aspects of product development, including configuration, change and workflow. Link requirements to PLM program tasks, test cases, manufacturing processes and supply chains for complete traceability. Discover and resolve non-compliance issues quickly – with global traceability.

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Improve requirement quality

According to analysts, roughly 50% to 80% of downstream product issues stem from incorrect requirements. Find and fix requirement quality issues early to succeed. Artificial intelligence (AI), industry best practices and natural language processing (NLP) helps identify requirement problems before they become costly product issues.

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Close the loop with continuously verified requirements

Integrated simulation and physical checking enable continuous proof of conformance. Checking conformance should be done continuously throughout the product lifecycle. Requirements inside PLM join the continuous closed-loop requirement compliance verification process.

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Case study

Siemens Healthcare

Improved requirements engineering drives new product development for medical device maker
Case Study

Improved requirements engineering drives new product development for medical device maker

Company:Siemens Healthcare

Industry:Medical devices & pharmaceuticals

Location:Tarrytown, United States

Siemens Software:Teamcenter

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