Global technology solutions provider Tata Consultancy
Services (TCS) has teamed up with California-based Agitar
Software, a leader in enterprise developer testing solutions
in Java technology, as part of its innovation initiative.
will use, promote, and integrate Agitar''s innovative
solution to automate and manage developer testing for
Java projects for its global customers. TCS has more
than 10,000 developers working on Java projects globally,
so access to the latest technologies will help in quality
improvement, cost-saving and timely delivery of projects.
Rudisin, CEO of Agitar Software, says, "TCS has
built its reputation by being focused on quality, predictability,
and customer satisfaction. They already set a high bar
for software quality. As one of the world''s largest
systems integrators, TCS is committed to increasing
its leadership in quality, by promoting innovative ways
of accelerating software development."
two companies will initiate joint go-to-market strategies
to target the multi-billion dollar market in Java development
projects worldwide. Currently, the innovation partners
are piloting the solution with two leading customers
breakthrough automation accelerates developer unit testing,
an approach where development teams test their software
code as they write it. The Agitar solution helps developers
discover and eliminate defects early in the software
lifecycle, enables better software design, and simplifies
integration and QA, increasing the predictability of
software development and lowering costs.
sees developer testing as a key way to improve software
development and increase the value we can deliver to
our customers. We have chosen Agitar Software''s unique
developer testing solution as the best way to accelerate
our overall development process," said Gautam Shroff,
VP, technology programs and member of the corporate
technology board at TCS.
TCS, which is listed on the National Stock Exchange
and Bombay Stock Exchange, reported consolidated revenues
of $2.97 billion in the fiscal year 2005-2006.
View, California-based Agitar produces software that
helps Java developers find and fix problems in the riskiest
parts of their code as they write it. Agitar has users
at organisations such as Avaya, Bear Stearns, Cisco,
EDS, GE Healthcare, IBM Global Services, Northrop-Grumman,
NTT Data, Siemens Medical, and webMethods.
is a privately held company funded by Silicon Valley
venture capitalists Sequoia Capital, New Enterprise
Associates, and Globespan Capital Partners.