First public view of innovative quality measurement and management technology for advanced C/C++ analysis
HERSHAM, UK, 7th October 2009 / PRQA | Programming Research announces the first public demonstration, at ESC UK, of their innovative and powerful Management Information System (MIS) – a product that will change the landscape for software code quality measurement and provide quality management professionals with a previously unheard-of level of diagnostic tools.
MIS equips software development managers with meaningful and actionable analytics, significantly advancing code reuse and error prevention for development projects in demanding software development environments.
MIS’ code quality management operates in conjunction with PRQA’s industry leading QA·C and QA·C++ analysis tools. MIS captures diagnostics and metrics from each version of a software project and coupling the code entities to the source Version Control System. Delivered through a regular web browser, the management system provides functionality to profile quality data over time, create new compound metrics that better reflect real quality initiatives, and give external stake-holders a “seeing eye” inside each development project.
MIS has been undergoing internal and early-adopter trials for the past three months in industries including military and aerospace, medical design, automotive, and high-tech markets, and will have its first full product release in the fourth quarter of 2009. The feedback from all users who have previewed and adopted MIS so far has been immensely positive and has also provided an impetus for continued refinement and extension of the MIS product.
MIS delivers outstanding functionality to key stakeholders:
General availability of the Management Information System for QA·C and QA·C++ will be in the fourth quarter of 2009. Visit PRQA at ESC for a demonstration and product walkthrough, or contact your local sales representative for an online demo.
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