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Perforce puts Seapine Software acquisition to use with rebranded TestTrack ALM

Perforce puts Seapine Software acquisition to use with rebranded TestTrack ALM

Version control tools firm Perforce has integrated Seapine Software's TestTrack ALM suite into its Helix portfolio six months after acquiring the company.

The now-renamed Helix ALM allows developers to manage all their product and system development phases in one product. It offers up workflow solutions, customisable dashboards for reporting and more.

Perforce stated that the suite can reduce product development risk and boost productivity. It can also give a better insight into the state of a project and allow easier collaboration between teams.

Making lives easier

"I am so proud of how our teams came together to create this integration and launch this release in such a short time," said Janet Dryer, CEO of Perforce.

"We are very excited to be able to offer our customers a more tightly integrated, high quality development tool chain for better automation, control and traceability of their project lifecycles."

Perforce acquired Seapine Software for an undisclosed sum back in November 2016. Its ALM tool had been used by developers such as SCEE, 2K Games, Epic Games, Motiga and NCSoft.


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