Kovair Enables Migration and Synchronization Between HP Quality Center and Microsoft Team Foundation Server & Microsoft Test Manager

"Kovair Omnibus Integration Platform now supports migration of all HP QC elements including Requirements, Test Cases, Defects, Attachments, History and their interrelationships to TFS. The solution also supports the migration of HP QC Test Cases along with automated Test Scripts to TFS as Generic Tests. This provides a comprehensive migration solution for testing in software development," stated Puranjoy Chatterjee, Director of Product Solutions at Kovair.

"This capability is of considerable significance in the optimization of tools for any development organization which are considering migrating from one family of tools to the other for reasons such as cost savings, adoption of new tool strategies or consolidation of certain tool families for their Application Lifecycle Management processes globally," said Bipin Shah, CEO and Chairman of Kovair. "This solution presented some technical challenges that our engineering team has successfully overcome to enable our customers to gain this important capability," he continued.  Read the full Press Release here.

Kovair Software announced today that it has successfully released a migration and synchronization solution between HP Quality Center, Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).

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