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Published By: Collaborative Consulting     Published Date: Dec 20, 2013
A company's products needed constant updates due to changing business rules and regulations, as well as new functionality. However, tasks such as regression testing took too long and consumed too many resources. Collaborative helped to dramatically speed up the process through automation and process analysis, leading to increased customer satisfaction.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 09, 2015
Discover service virtualization and how it fits into the big picture of software quality. In this book, Service Virtualization For Dummies, IBM Limited Edition written by industry analysts Marcia Kaufman and Judith Hurwitz, learn how to deliver higher quality software by increase the efficiency and effectiveness of your testing processes while reducing testing downtime and testing cost. The book covers the following topics and more: • Understand the changing relationship between IT and business — quicker delivery is required • Examine today’s complex applications — mobile, web, social meet middleware, packaged apps, databases, and mainframes. • Discover how to begin with service virtualization — build your business case. • Realize the benefits of service virtualization —enable earlier testing to eliminate surprises and reduce risk.
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