AccuRev is a company that specializes in application life-cycle solutions developed from the ground up on a unique, stream-based architecture. AccuRev also provides all of the functionality of an enterprise version control system but goes beyond with advanced capabilities that enable workflow and process modeling and change-based traceability to fully leverage the power of streams.
The company recently introduced AccuSync for HP Application Lifecycle Manager (ALM), which is suitable for organizations to escalate alertness, reliability and quality of their distributed and parallel software development environments.
Software developers and engineers can easily rely on the newly released AccuSync for HP ALM to leverage AccuRev’s software development architecture such as continuous integration and delivery capabilities, within existing HP ALM workflows.
This solution is ideal for large, geographically distributed teams to work together and to enhance their productivity, and also handle source code changes in AccuSync for HP ALM as well as AccuRev Streams and Change Packages.
“AccuSync for HP ALM helps drive development organizations’ continuous integration and delivery strategy with a fully integrated issue tracking solution,” said Peter Shields, president and CEO of AccuRev. “AccuSync for HP ALM records, tracks, and monitors AccuRev change package activity from within HP Quality Center, delivering a fully auditable history of issues within HP Quality Center and AccuRev – enabling full transactional traceability.”
AccuSync for HP ALM also facilitates bi-directional integration to offer transparency amid requirements, stories, and issues originating in HP ALM or AccuRev. It even offers full traceability throughout the coding, testing, release, and delivery processes. AccuSync currently supports HP ALM 11 and HP Quality Center 9.x and 10.x.
AccuRev is installed in more than 400 of the world’s most recognized brands worldwide. The company’s customer list includes customers American Airlines, Ford Motor Company, Lockheed Martin, McAfee, and Verizon Wireless (News - Alert).