Electric Cloud and Tricentis Bond over Enhanced Continuous Delivery
SAN JOSE, CA: Electric Cloud, the Continuous Delivery and DevOps automation providers for enterprise--forms a tie up with Tricentis, enterprise software testing solutions provider. The alliance keeps up with the interest to benefit the customers with an enhanced product quality along with slashing the software’s time to market.
The druthers behind the association is to automate the increasingly important and complex processes of application testing within Continuous Delivery environments and enable enterprise IT organizations to bring software on the field expeditiously by reducing the software build and release cycle time.
“For organization’s that are implementing Continuous Delivery to speed the deployment of high quality software, all forms of testing must be automated and integrated into the entire software delivery process,” says Steve Brodie, CEO for Electric Cloud. “Working with Tricentis will help customers automate testing within the context of enterprise Continuous Delivery, and further the capabilities for customers using the Electric Cloud Continuous Delivery platform.”
Earlier this year, Tricentis had expanded their relationship with Tasktop, a software lifecycle integrator, through an OEM partnership. This was an initiative to allow customers to connect automated testing with existing development processes to lower business risks and accelerate product development.
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