Seapine Software Expands TestTrack Pro’s Capability with XML Support

MASON, Ohio, January 29, 2001 -- Seapine Software™, Inc. is adding Extensible Markup Language (XML) support to its forthcoming TestTrack™ Pro 3.1 for Windows, Linux, and Solaris release. XML support expands the industry-leading defect tracking solution’s capabilities with another leading-edge technology. With XML support added to TestTrack’s existing ODBC support, customers can integrate data across a wider range of applications. TestTrack 3.1, available now, offers developers better tools for analysis of software defects and collaboration on solutions."TestTrack continues its commitment to delivering the best solutions for our customers with XML integration," said Richard Riccetti, President of Seapine Software, Inc. "Developers are embracing XML because of the flexibility it offers in sharing data across platforms and applications. XML support will enhance the usability of TestTrack for our customers."Seapine plans additional enhancements to TestTrack Pro’s integration of XML in the third quarter of 2001."Maintaining TestTrack's market leadership requires quick responses to evolving technology trends. Seapine works continuously to keep our products on the leading edge," Mr. Riccetti said. "The upcoming enhancements to TestTrack Pro will demonstrate this commitment to our customers."

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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