"Our platform is focused on handling those complexities and making it much easier for IT staff to maintain those applications and for developers to build those applications," said Terry Hanold, executive vice-president for market development at WebPutty.
"[The product] gives a model of the application from end to end, from the database, to the middle-tier objects and Web services all the way to the user inteface and it shows dependencies between all those pieces - that's never been done before," Hanold said.
Highlights of Version 6 include an application dashboard providing status of elements and dependencies of an application across tiers, design templates providing wizard-driven functionality and browser-based access to make it easier to change business rules.
Version 6 is based on Microsoft's .net applications platform but can interoperate with Java applications, according to Hanold.
Pricing for the product, which runs on the Windows platform, starts at $25,000 (£16,171) per CPU.