SyntheSys Systems Engineering

Products & Tools

We specialise in tool-supported systems engineering - providing our Customers with affordable systems engineering tools to increase their efficiency and effectiveness in delivering solutions to their Customers.

IBM® Tools

As an IBM® Gold Business Partner, we provide a unique blend of application knowledge, experience, and flexible delivery mechanisms to

provide Customers with the right software solution and a deeper understanding of the tools, to ensure they can maximise effectiveness.


We have expertise in the following tools that support the systems engineering life cycle:


  • DOORS® Next Generation (DNG): Offers support for a range of requirements practices from light-weight requirements to fully regulated systems engineering.
  • Rhapsody®: supports Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).
  • Rational Team Concert™ (RTC): helps companies build better software and products with an all-in-one agile environment for development teams.  This includes agile, formal and hybrid planning and reporting that are all on a common platform.
  • Rational® Quality Manager (RQM): is a collaborative hub for business-driven software and systems quality across virtually any platform and type of testing.  This software helps teams share information seamlessly, use automation to accelerate project schedules and report on metrics for informed release decisions.

Tool Support & Training:

Visit our sister company SyntheSys Direct for more information on tool support and training we offer.

Optimising Software & Systems Engineering Projects with Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) Engineering Development and The Cloud

Read our article about optimising software and systems.

Read our article about the benefits and advantages of using the cloud for engineering development.

Improve your Productivity through Collaborative Engineering Management


Read our article about improving your productivity through Collaborative Engineering Management.

Read our article about how we helped Network Rail upgrade its requirements management solution.

Software delivery is changing.  With an ever increasing number of organisations adopting a flexible approach to how they manage software development and delivery, it's crucial that flexible mechanisms support this infrastructure.


Welcome to cloudbaSE, SyntheSys' Software-as-a-Service licensing toolset for IBM Watson IoT™ (Internet of Things) software.  Gone are the days when software was purchased on an annual basis using unreliable usage forecasts - software licences can now be rented 'on demand', matching actual usage with actual licences.

Get it Right First Time with Collaborative Engineering Management

Read our article about getting your products and services right first time and avoiding costly re-work.


SPIRIT is a unique process for interoperability management and  assurance.  Based on IBM Watson IoT™ software, SPIRIT is a standards-based interoperability assurance approach.  SPIRIT offers various industries an holistic, integrated approach to the specification, installation and testing of complex data interfaces.  The SPIRIT approach focuses on the  definition of an integrated and self-consistent set of standards which define how the individual systems within a system-of–systems coordinate and report actions.  We refer to this set of standards as the ‘vision’.


At the heart of the SPIRIT method is a model of the standards that represent the vision.  The model ensures that the vision is complete, consistent and correct.  The SPIRIT model verifies the vision.



  • Systematic process for multi-system specifications, test creation and management.
  • Manage standards, requirements and implementation with one solution.
  • Manage the solution in-house or let our Subject Matter Experts (SME) assist you.
  • Tailored solutions to meet specific requirements.

Tool Supported Requirements Management

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