Spectrum releases enhanced SCM tool

By : |October 31, 2002 0

BANGALORE: Spectrum Software has released its source configuration management tool, SpectrumSCM latest version, SpectrumSCM 1.1. “We’re excited about this new major upgrade which is the first since the product launch at JavaOne last year,” said, Spectrum Software, President and CEO, Sarathi Srinivasan. “With this new release we have further enhanced the potential for SpectrumSCM, since it manages all kinds of sources or ‘eAssets’ (source code, text, documents, images, drawings, proposals, contracts, web pages etc) through its life-cycle activities. It will be required in every desktop and is useful across industries, i.e any user who is part of a life cycle that deals with any ‘eAsset’.”

“We saw the lack in the marketplace of integrated SCM systems, since other SCM tools are sold individually, restricted to certain platforms, are costly and complicated to implement. Hence this product release furthers our commitment to the enterprise SCM market and to growing customer awareness about SpectrumSCM.” said, Spectrum, Director of Software Development, Adrian Raybould.

Some of the notable features included in this upgrade are, enhanced mechanism to facilitate the creation, tracking, and reporting of project metrics to support CMM or other quality objectives, adding customized reports at run-time, flexibility to export SpectrumSCM report data to customize reports with other reporting tools. Flexible mechanisms to attach, view and track supporting docs, images, etc to any change request at any time.

“We also recently had a successful Roadshow in India along with our distribution partner Tata Infotech, where there was a diverse audience from various industries (IT, manufacturing, finance, banks, desktop publishers, engineering etc). We are targeting India because out of the 50+ CMM level 5 certified organizations, 38+ are from India. They are very Quality/Process conscious and have a need for tools that enable them to improve productivity. They currently do not have an affordable or other cost-efficient ways,” added Srinivasan.

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