Software product designed for compliance-led applications using fewer resources
April, 26, 2004 – Corporate compliance legislation – with incoming regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley and Basel-II, and existing regulations such as FDA, FSA etc – is an increasingly hot topic. A recent survey conducted by leading UK software testing vendor Original Software showed that almost half of UK respondents were actively involved in dealing with corporate compliance issues, with Sarbanes-Oxley by far the most common. Correspondingly, Original Software has released a new version of its popular test process management solution, TestPLAN, that includes features designed specifically to help companies meet the corporate compliance challenge.
***Please note that, as of February 01 2006, all TestWEB technology has been integrated into a new product called TestDrive***
Original Software releases version 2.0 of its Web testing solution for IBM DB2, SQL Server and Oracle users
March, 24, 2004 – Original Software, established as the world’s leading provider of software testing solutions for the IBM iSeries, has released version 2.0 of its cross-platform Web testing solution TestWEB. The new version introduces better object property recognition, enhanced screen error recognition and faster record and playback technology – designed to make the process of browser screen capture and analysis faster and more detailed than ever before.
Corporate web site development continues to be driven by the pressure to deliver business advantage at the earliest opportunity.
TestGUI from Original Software offers browser scripts that can update themselves and analyses objects and components in Lotus Notes, Microsoft Access, Adobe PDFs and more
January, 26, 2004 – Original Software, creators of some of the world’s most widely-used and innovative software testing solutions, have announced their latest major technological breakthrough in the software testing arena – Self-Healing script technology for GUI applications. This new technology means that, for the first time, existing scripts for business-critical GUI applications can be run over updated versions of an application, correcting themselves as they go – and avoiding the need for tedious and time-consuming script maintenance.
Development of core GUI applications is continually driven by the pressure to deliver business advantage and improve productivity at the earliest opportunity, and with fewer resources.