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Micro Focus introduces CaliberRDM

September 16, 2010
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Micro Focus, a testing and management solutions provider has launched the CaliberRDM, a tool which will help businesses reduce failures in their software development projects.

The product is one of several tools launched by Micro Focus as part of its new Continuous Quality Assurance (CQA) portfolio. Micro Focus' CQA provides an end-to-end solution for companies looking to improve the quality of their software, spanning requirements, development, testing and deployment.

CaliberRDM combines requirements definition and requirements management capabilities, allowing chief information officers to set clear goals for software development projects and track their progress through to completion. The product allows unlimited numbers of stakeholders to review simulations of proposed applications completely license free, and also jump-starts testing by synchronising requirements and test cases so that test planning and execution may be conducted earlier in the development cycle, a key feature of Micro Focus' CQA proposition.

Rich Novak, president and general manager of the Micro Focus Application Management and Quality Division, commented: "Poor requirements definition and management are responsible for the vast majority of project failures and the amount of waste generated in subsequent stages of the software development lifecycle. This must be improved if companies are to avoid overspend and project failure. By combining the two processes, we can now offer an end-to-end solution which will streamline the development process, cut waste and costs in the process."

CaliberRDM utilises simulations to provide project stakeholders with highly accessible, interactive and visual experiences of using proposed applications, allowing business analysts and target users to visualise the application's business logic and request amends early on, as well as throughout the development process.

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