sponsored by Worksoft
Posted:  01 Dec 2005
Published:  01 Dec 2004
Format:  PDF
Length:  10  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Today's IT departments are expected to do more, with less. While service-oriented architecture promises to ease your load, its implementation is far from simple. Infrastructure, application and timing are just a few of the challenges that many organizations are confronting. Imagine improving software quality and stability while reducing testing time by as much as 60%. That's exactly what Worksoft is promising with its latest release, Certify. Read all about it in this white paper.

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Author

Richard Ptak
Analyst, Ptak, Noel & Associates
Richard Ptak has more than 30 years of experience in the application of technology to the solution of business problems. He has consulted with a range of enterprises from Fortune 50 to emerging companies in developing product direction and strategies. With offices in Amherst, N.H., Denver, New York and the United Kingdom, Ptak, Noel & Associates provides both analyst and consulting services to a range of industry, government and end-user clients. Ptak is the author of "Manager's Guide to Distributed Environments," (John Wiley & Sons, 1998). In addition, Ptak was technical editor of "Cisco Internet Architecture Essentials Study Guide: Cisco Internet Solutions Specialist" by Mathew Recore, Jeremy Laurenson, and Scott Herrmann (Cisco Press, 2002).



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