Seapine Unveils TestTrack Pro 3.0

MASON, Ohio, October 2, 2000 -- Seapine Software announces the release of TestTrack Pro 3.0, world-class problem tracking/incident management software. Users of version 3.0 benefit from advanced filtering and searching, increased security including field level security, a revamped Web user interface and other additional features.Seapine Software is one of the few defect tracking systems that support a wide range of users, from developers to managers, all from the same application. Unlike other systems that require on-site administration and extensive training, TestTrack Pro fulfills the needs of both single users and whole teams, with minimal setup and maintenance time. By using TestTrack Pro, users bring their products to market on time by streamlining the quality process."As with previous releases, we asked our existing client-base for their 'top 10' list of features for the new release," said Richard Riccetti, President of Seapine Software. "With TestTrack 3.0, they will now have the most in-depth defect tracking tool on the market today."Additionally, TestTrack users can still automate the submittal of defects through the bundled SoloBug application and the add-on SoloSubmit product. Both products make it easy for your customers to give you timely and valuable feedback, reporting bugs and requesting enhancements.

About Seapine Software
Seapine Software, Inc. is a privately held technology company whose application lifecycle management (ALM) solutions help companies manage the process of developing high-quality complex products—often in regulated industries. Our award-winning ALM solutions drive the creation of recognized brands, life-saving medical devices, even games of the year.

Founded in 1995, Seapine has headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and offices in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Africa with over 8,500 customers worldwide. For more information, visit

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