All the phases of a project are important to develop a successful project; we have to consider it from the early phases. A bad or incomplete conceptualization phase can have a negative impact; costs and time could be increased considerably, it could cause the interruption of the project or the deployment of erroneous systems.

ULMA Embedded Solutions, in collaboration with our partners The REUSE Company and IBM, we have organized an event were the attendees will have the opportunity to see some tools and techniques to improve the productivity and the quality of the first stages of a project.

The event will consist of presentations and hands-on sessions related with requirements and models inspection and verification and validation. We will also present some best practices to get a good requirements and models quality management.

IBM tools for requirements management (IBM DOORS and IBM DOORS Next Generation) and IBM Rhapsody can become helpful to check the requirements quality. These programs can be integrated with The REUSE Company tools, specialized requirements and models quality control and supporting during the writing phase.

This seminar is suitable for systems engineers, requirement enginners and product managers.

It will be celebrate on 19 April in Madrid (IBM Client Center TEC). If you would like to participate, please REGISTER HERE. For further information, please contact us on 943 250 300 or




09:00-09:30 | Registration

09:30-09:45 | Introduction

09:45-10:15 | Presentation – Impact of low quality requirements document and best practices for writing and managing requirements (The REUSE Company)

10:15-10:45 | Presentation – Requirements management tools (IBM)

10:45-11:30 | Hands-on – Automatic requirements verification process with SQA

11:30-12:00 | Coffee break

12:00-12:30 | Hands-on – Assisted requirements writing with RAT

12:30-13:00 | Demo – Quality requirements and models with SQA, RAT, IBM Rhapsody

13:00-13:30 | Q&A

Seminar: Managing your requirements and models quality with TRC and IBM