The Good the Bad and the Ugly....Kinda
September 09, 2015

The Good the Bad and the Ugly....Kinda

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with PTC Integrity

PTC Integrity is being used by the company that I am contracted to. As a systems engineer I help users globally to become proficient with the tool, as well has how to correctly use the tool in a systems environment capacity. Meaning we use the tool to develop requirements for the product and then verify and validate the requirements/product. It has taken the ISD (Integrated Systems Development) team two years but the software has now been adopted by the company globally. The problems that PTC Integrity helps address is the one of having project teams scattered all over the world working on the same project. PTC Integrity helps these groups to communicate and work together better and more efficiently.
  • PTC Integrity helps engineers write better requirements. Better written requirements mean less issues for warranty.
  • PTC Integrity provides a database that is virtually limitless. Product size or scope no longer has to be an issue.
  • You don't have to save.....PTC Integrity does this for you.
  • PTC Integrity lacks design and flow. It could be presented better.
  • PTC Integrity does not do a good job at linking items and tracking results.
  • PTC Integrity error messages do not make sense to the average user.
  • Better requirements through PTC Integrity - which will equate to better products and less warranty costs (very large savings).
  • Better efficiency ....PTC Integrity can help keep track of a globally managed project structure. This will go far in helping keep repeat and duplicate efforts from happening multiple times.
  • Better products for our customers through a more attentive corporate ear. PTC Integrity can help make customer wants and needs a reality.
I think the reason that PTC Integrity was initially chosen is that it was the best product available in the mix at the time. This coupled with the PTC deal on multiple products was a no brainer based on the size and scope of potential users.
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