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Automation Consultants implements customised IBM RTC workflows in major government organisation
February 13, 2014
One of the largest UK government departments has brought in Automation Consultants to help it maximise its IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management investment.
Automation Consultants has worked with the department since 2012 and delivered test automation and performance testing before designing customised IBM Rational Team Concert workflows to fit the department’s agile development processes. Automation Consultants also trained the department’s staff to use the IBM tools to maximise software development and deployment efficiency.
Automation Consultants director Francis Miers comments: “We do a lot of work with government departments who approach us to advise on particularly tricky stages of the software life cycle and for advice on the solutions they’ve purchased. We are rightly known inside and outside IBM as having expertise in the entire Collaborative Lifecycle Management suite, from requirements, via development, to testing and deployment – we’re proud to have consultancy teams dedicated to every aspect of the software life cycle.”
Miers continued: “With a large public customer base relying on a streamlined online experience, it’s vital the department can make as many changes as it needs to its software, test it quickly and deploy it seamlessly.”