The Truth About Integrity
December 12, 2014

The Truth About Integrity

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with MKS Integrity

Integrity is being used by specific groups within our organization. Primarily it is used by analysts for requirements tracking and by QA for testing. It addresses the need to have complete organization and documentation as required by the FDA, for certain groups.
  • It allows the user the ability to link all aspects of the SDLC together so that there is only one source of documentation and information rather than having to search in multiple places.
  • It is very customizable to suit a particular businesses needs.
  • It is helpful for all areas of software development.
  • It can be overwhelming with the number of tabs, functions and ways to achieve the same result. The average user may struggle with learning the tool.
  • The text editing in Integrity is weak and does not provide many options. Because of this, many user decide to use MS word instead, to document requirements.
  • Users are on the same page and know exactly where to find what they need.
  • Documentation is complete and tracked for auditing purposes.
It allows for all functions (analyst, developer, tester and release manager) to be completed using one tool.
The adoption of Integrity by all groups has been difficult and we have gotten a lot of pushback on using the tool - particularly from developers.
Are all areas of the SDLC willing to use the same tool? If everyone is not going to use the tool, the group may not get all of the intended functionality out of Integrity.