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Product: Seapine Announces TestTrack TCM

Seapine Software, Inc., a provider of adaptable application lifecycle management (AALM) solutions, has announced the introduction of TestTrack TCM, a scalable, cross-plat...

Jason Dobson

September 13, 2006

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Seapine Software, Inc., a provider of adaptable application lifecycle management (AALM) solutions, has announced the introduction of TestTrack TCM, a scalable, cross-platform client/server test case management solution that allows QA teams to plan, execute, and manage any testing process. The announcement was made during the SD Best Practices Conference & Expo, which runs September 11-14 in Boston. Built on the TestTrack architecture, TestTrack TCM manages all facets of the testing process including test case creation, scheduling, execution, measurement, and reporting. TestTrack TCM also is designed to assist QA teams in formalizing the testing process and overcome barriers to creating well-documented test cases, including lack of time and resources. The company notes that in using TestTrack TCM, testing teams benefit from knowledge of what has been tested, what hasn't, and the effort required to finish the job, as well as more effective use of QA team resources and test assets. The software also provides for quicker product releases due to the streamlined interaction between QA and development, audit readiness through demonstrated and repeatable testing processes and accurate test records, and improved estimation of future testing efforts. "Thorough test planning and test case creation are precursors to a successful quality assurance effort. With application complexity increasing, both in the number of features and supported operating systems, and the need to support 'software as a service,' the number of test cases required to completely test an application is growing exponentially," said Richard Riccetti, president and CEO, Seapine Software. "TestTrack TCM gives QA managers a complete solution to effectively plan the testing process and manage thousands of test cases and the results of their execution."

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