EMBEDDED WORLD, Nurnberg LDRA, a provider of automated software development, source code analysis and testing tools for a variety of market sectors, will launch TBreq version 2.0 at Embedded World 2008 (Hall 10, Stand 320).
TBreq automates the manual, time consuming process of requirements traceability and verification, while also facilitating defect tracking and resolution, activities that represent 50% to 70% of project costs and are critical to successful software development.
TBreq v2.0 incorporates significant new and enhanced capabilities and is part of LDRA’s integrated tool suite, covering requirements traceability, code analysis, quality and design review, unit test, test verification and test management, that is at the leading edge of software testing technology.
LDRA says a number of ground-breaking testing techniques have been derived from its methodologies. The LDRA integrated tool suite assists with the six primary tasks required to achieve an organization’s software development and maintenance goals. It can be utilized by an entire project team, ranging from developers, QA managers, test engineers, project managers and maintenance/support engineers, to automate the software development lifecycle.
Through the deployment of LDRA’s tools, companies are able to deliver well constructed, documented and tested software and, in addition, benefit from significant time, cost and operational savings for their businesses.
Embedded World Hall 10 Booth 320