Should IBM® Engineering Lifecycle Management v7.0 be in your future?
Complexity doesn’t just reside in engineering today’s connected digital products. It also impacts the engineering lifecycle and makes it harder to manage.

The aim is to get new products to market before anyone else. But there are challenges.


Software now drives everything. Connectedness and AI continue to change how businesses and the world work. Engineering and development teams are global and require greater levels of secure collaboration, while product safety requires a whole new level of sophistication. And yet, innovation must accelerate without compromising quality.

Migrating to IBM ELM v7.0 Checklist Download

The question is, should IBM ELM v7.0 be on your organization’s radar?

Our checklist can help you decide.
Insightful engineering at enterprise scale, IBM ELM v7.0

To develop complex systems and software, IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) lets engineering teams focus squarely on Requirements, Systems Design, Test Management, and Workflow Management. It gives team members insights into the engineering data and processes they need and provides enhanced capabilities for modeling and compliance.


With version 7.0, IBM ELM takes another step. It improves data scalability, authoring and accuracy for requirements. It provides new flexibility to manage models and source code as well as documentation. And for growing engineering operations, v7.0 makes configuration and management easier for requirements, tests, models and other engineering functions.

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