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IntelliCorp présente sa solution de gestion et de modernisation des systèmes SAP à HP Discover 2012

SANTA CLARA, Californie, 29 novembre 2012 /PRNewswire/ --


Le salon HP Discover 2012 qui se tiendra à Francfort : c'est là qu'IntelliCorp, fournisseur international en logiciels de modernisation d'applications intelligents, a décidé de dévoiler sa solution pour relever les défis liés aux changements et tests SAP. IntelliCorp y exposera comment les entreprises exécutant SAP et HP Quality Center peuvent réduire l'ensemble de leur coût total de possession en combinant ces deux produits aux logiciels LiveCompare et LiveModel d'IntelliCorp.

LiveModel veille à l'uniformité de conception, de structure et de test en taclant les inefficacités et coûts traditionnels associés à la gestion manuelle de ces processus. Associée à HP Quality Center, l'intégration unique de LiveModel à SAP au profit de l'implémentation du processus commercial automatise le partage des informations, permettant ainsi aux testeurs de s'assurer que l'implémentation correspond à la conception du processus commercial.

L'analyse d'implémentation intelligente unique de LiveCompare réduit l'étendue du test de changement SAP de 80 %. LiveCompare identifie automatiquement les composants SAP les plus exposés et s'intègre à HP Quality Center pour identifier les succès et les failles de test présentes, faisant de la tâche manuelle, autrement plus compliquée et laborieuse, une pratique révolue. LiveCompare donne priorité au développement de tests de régression automatisés et garantit la pérennité de leur condition au fil des cycles de changement.

« Répondre rapidement aux fluctuations de la demande commerciale, c'est là un défi pour les entreprises », a commenté Chris Trueman, directeur de la technologie chez IntelliCorp. « En collaborant avec HP, IntelliCorp rehausse l'agilité commerciale pour aider les entreprises à remplir leurs objectifs tout en atténuant les coûts et les risques. »

IntelliCorp est partenaire commercial HP AllianceONE et Silver. L'interopérabilité de LiveModel et LiveCompare est testée via HP Quality Center. Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus sur les intégrations.

Du 4 au 6 déc. 2012

OÙ :
Kiosk #814
Francfort (Allemagne)

À propos d'IntelliCorp Inc.

IntelliCorp fournit des solutions en gestion du cycle de vie des applications, en gestion des processus commerciaux et en gestion des données pour assister les solutions SAP des clients et partenaires. Les produits LiveCompare, LiveModel et LiveInterface d'IntelliCorp automatisent l'analyse des solutions SAP et ont obtenu la certification SAP pour la plateforme technologique SAP NetWeaver®.

Fondé en 1980, IntelliCorp est aujourd'hui implanté à Santa Clara (Californie), compte des bureaux aux États-Unis et en Europe et possède un réseau international de partenaires et distributeurs. Pour en savoir plus sur les produits ou les partenariats, envoyez un e-mail à l'adresse [email protected], ou contactez le 508-621-1600 aux États-Unis et le +44(0) 1454 454 100 dans la zone EMEA.

© 2012 IntelliCorp. IntelliCorp est une marque déposée d'IntelliCorp, Inc. LiveCompare, LiveModel et LiveInterface sont des marques de commerce ou des marques de service d'IntelliCorp, Inc. aux États-Unis et partout ailleurs dans le monde. SAP, ABAP, SAP NetWeaver et tous les logos SAP sont des marques de commerce ou des marques déposées de SAP AG en Allemagne et dans plusieurs autres pays. Toutes les autres marques de commerce sont la propriété de leurs propriétaires respectifs.

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