We're looking for a tool where we can write test cases, store them, pass and fail test cases, mark them as regression, so on and so forth. For our defect tracker we do use Clear Quest. I believe the company has had Clear Quest for 2 yrs now, but at the time they did not purchase the bundle of Clear Quest, Test Manager, and Robot. Now, I don't think they're really inclined to spend money on a Test Management software (even though we advised our management that they really should.)
Anyhow, does anybody know of a good Test Management Software? We currently use TCM, but we find that it's limited (then of course that's why it's free) in terms of multiple users using the same database.
Mercury, Rational, Segue, Compuware all have test management tools. My current favorite is actually by Borland. I'd check them all out if I were you. I don't know which ones do or do not play nicely with ClearQuest though (other than Rational, of course).
Spring for the Rational suite. Robot is a good test case repository and RequisitePro is okay for capturing and tracking requirements. If your management is willing to fund manual systems (and willing to accept the associated risks), they should be willing to fund a good test management tool. It's less expensive than adding another keyboard pounder and gives you better ROI.