Mercury eclipses competitors

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Mercury eclipses competitors

Mercury Interactive Corporation, a global leader in business technology optimisation (BTO), announced that two of its Quality Centre products, Mercury TestDirector and Mercury QuickTest Professional (which is part of the Mercury Functional Testing suite) have won industry awards for best software products.

The awards from Yphise, a leading IT research firm, were granted following an assessment of products in functional test management and automation software.

The annual awards assess more than 150 software products in all areas of interest to large IT organisations and honour the market-leading solutions.

The assessment is based on the Yphise detailed list of requirements which are designed to meet the needs of large organisations. This list of requirements includes more than 300 technical or functional controls and is the only distinction based on an ISO 9001:2000-certified comparative assessment of the software products.

ISO 9001:2000 is the worldwide quality standard. It guarantees independence and focus on the key issues for large companies.

“Our comprehensive evaluation revealed that Mercury’s Quality Centre is exceptional in its automation of key testing functionality,” said Laurent Mynard, manager at Yphise.

“Mercury's strategy is business technology optimisation which uses functional testing while effectively managing the quality process, a necessary step in deploying quality of information systems, from projects to operations.”

To view the complete software assessment report of Mercury Quality Centre and Mercury Functional Testing, please visit www.yphise.com/award/TestDirector/certificate.pdf.


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