Vector Software and Intland Software announce strategic partnership

Vector Software, the world’s leading provider of innovative software solutions for embedded software quality, and Intland Software, developer of the market-leading Application Lifecycle Management tool codeBeamer ALM, today announced a strategic partnership to develop solutions that improve software verification and validation in regulated environments.

Based in Stuttgart, Germany, Intland Software develops and markets codeBeamer ALM, a fully integrated end-to-end Application Lifecycle Management software platform. Intland Software’s codeBeamer ALM is a scalable collaborative tool used by global enterprises to manage complex product development processes that helps reduce the time and costs of development and compliance in safety-critical industries.

Vector Software solutions provide development organizations the most complete and cost-effective approach to managing the complexities of testing safety- and business-critical software. Vector Software’s VectorCASTembedded software testing platform provides manageable and repeatable testing outcomes enabling organisations to improve productivity, reduce risk, and maximise ROI.

“Our solutions provide a competitive advantage for companies working on safety-critical embedded software,” stated Janos Koppany, chief executive officer of Intland Software. “The combined offering will help development organisations implement mature processes, ensure traceability, and achieve compliance with minimum cost and effort.”

“We are delighted to partner with Intland Software,” said Jeffrey Fortin, head of product management. “Our partnership with Intland demonstrates our continued commitment to offer our customers best-of-breed solutions enabling them to implement an integrated multi-vendor development environment that meets their specific needs.”

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