Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT) Latest Release of Automated Test and Re-Test (ATRT) Enhances Model Based Design Approach for Creating Automated Tests
(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ARLINGTON, VA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/18/12 --
Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT) (www.idtus.com), the automated software testing solutions provider for large mission critical systems, announced the latest release of their Automated Test and Re-Test (ATRT) Test Manager which includes enhancements to their model based design approach for creating automated tests.
"ATRT has been designed to fully support the integration, system testing, and certification of mission critical systems," said Bernie Gauf, CEO of IDT. "With more users implementing a model based design approach in the development of their products, we felt it was critical to continue to expand ATRT's capabilities to design and build automated tests using a model. ATRT allows product teams the opportunity to apply the same model based design approach used during system engineering and software development to automated testing."
To see a demo of ATRT and learn more about how to build maintainable automated test cases, please sign up for our webinar "Keys to creating maintainable and robust automated GUI tests" on January 23, 2012 at 1 pm EST. To sign up for the webinar please go to the idtus.com website under news or go here http://idtus.adobeconnect.com/maintainableautomatedgui_tests/event/event_info.html
For additional information and/or to request an evaluation copy click here http://www.idtus.com/contact category=Quote
IDT provides Automated Testing Solutions for the integration, system testing and certification of large mission critical software systems. IDT has the proven expertise and automated testing technology that dramatically accelerates test execution and reporting time while also enabling you to expand test coverage and test complexity. Using ATRT as part of your test program provides repeatable, consistent objective quality evidence while reducing the amount of time and cost spent on software testing. For more information about ATRT, see http://idtus.com.
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