The main goals of ALM-PLM integration are to offer ALM and PLM users access to cross-domain traceability without leaving their authoring environment, provide cross-system lifecycle synchronization and integrated monitoring tools.
Polarion Integration for ENOVIA™ integrates Siemens Polarion ALM software with Dassault Systèmes® ENOVIA™ 3DEXPERIENCE PLM software.
Integration users can link elements across systems and expose the relationships in both ALM and PLM systems. Built-in previews of remote elements are available in both systems so that ALM and PLM users benefit from End-to-End traceability without leaving their preferred working environment.
Extended capabilities dedicated to Requirement Management support Polarion ALM as the main tool for storing, authoring and reviewing Product Requirements. Complying products are managed in ENOVIA™ PLM system and can be easily linked to their satisfying requirements in Polarion.
The integration supports PLM-based Change Management processes for both products and requirements. Tasks are tracked in both ALM and PLM environments by orchestrating the Change Management process between environments.
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ENOVIA™ extensions are provided as source code. Each one needs to be compiled at the customer site with customer licenses then deployed in the target ENOVIA™ environment. Refer to section “Compilation Prerequisites” of the Documentation "Polarion_Integration_for_ENOVIA_Documentation_1.0.0.pdf" for details on the compilation process.