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HP Announces Unified System to Manage Application Lifecycle

November 30, 2010
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HP (Palo Alto, Calif.) introduced the first unified system to accelerate the reliable, secure delivery of software applications and services across heterogeneous environments. HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) 11 unites and automates the critical activities of modernization applications—from requirements management to quality, performance and release.

A recent Forrester Consulting study commissioned by HP shows that 69 percent of IT decision-makers have earmarked a quarter of their annual IT budgets for application modernization, while 30 percent will dedicate more than 50 percent. Application modernization enables organizations to gain control over complex processes and support the transformation of their applications portfolio to deliver an Instant-On Enterprise that boosts enterprise growth, agility and innovation.

HP ALM 11 is a role-based system that supports stakeholders in the applications delivery process and integrates with major development tools. It automates workflow processes within and across applications teams, enforcing and accelerating best practice application lifecycle management. Benefits include:


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