Tricentis has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Tasktop, the leader in Software Lifecycle Integration (SLI). By connecting the Tricentis Tosca Testsuite with Tasktop Sync, the two companies are providing a best-of-breed solution that will allow customers to implement and manage agile testing solutions more quickly, lower business failure risk, and decrease total cost of ownership (TCO).
The combined agile testing solution includes Tricentis’ Tosca Testsuite which is the leading application functional testing software, providing the most advanced automation and risk management tools in the industry. Tasktop offers a leading enterprise-class integration bus that allows enterprises to synchronize and collaborate on artifacts across all disciplines of the software development and delivery lifecycle.
By connecting Tosca Testsuite to Tasktop Sync, testing artifacts in Tosca can easily be shared by users of other application lifecycle tools, such as HP Quality Center and ALM; IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC), RequisitePro, Rational Requirements Composer, DOORS Next Generation; Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS); CA Clarity PPM; Atlassian JIRA; Rally; Serena; ServiceNow; and others.
“Modern enterprises are increasingly looking to deploy a variety of agile solutions to address their developer challenges, but if there are any connections among them, point-to-point integrations are costly and difficult to create, implement, manage and maintain on an on-going basis. If any of those tools are changed or updated the integration requires costly rework and delays,” said Sandeep Johri, CEO, Tricentis. “This partnership solves these issues by integrating Tricentis and Tasktop technologies to provide a seamless end-to-end agile testing solution to clients.”
“Individual stakeholders within the software development and delivery lifecycle are demanding the discipline-specific tools that make them most productive. But to realize the benefits of Agile methods there must be close collaboration among these practitioners, and an end-to-end flow of information across the lifecycle,” said Mik Kersten, CEO for Tasktop. “We are very excited to bring Tosca Testsuite into the Tasktop Sync ecosystem. Testers using Tosca will be now be able to collaborate with other members of the team such as developers, product owners, scrum masters, members of the project management office, and those on the service desk, all without leaving their tool of choice.”