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Governments select Borland's ALM solution

Borland Software Corporation says its ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) solutions have been selected by government agencies in Australia, New Zealand, and Korea several government agencies across Asia Pacific to improve productivity and manageability across the application lifecycle.

Borland ALM solutions are used to develop a wide-range of applications for government-sector customers including: CrimTrac Agency (Australia), Lotterywest (Australia), Ministry of Construction and Transportation (Korea), and the Supreme Court of Korea (Korea). In addition, the New South Wales (NSW) Government (Australia) has approved the entry of Borland to the panel Standing Offer Agreement for Internet services and products, which will enable Borland to compete for business opportunities within these categories for the Government across NSW.

The Borland ALM solution—which covers the define, design, develop, test, deploy and manage phases of the application lifecycle—is being used by government agencies to help increase the productivity of their software teams by helping them work together and collaborate among people with different areas of expertise in the application lifecycle.

“As government agencies increasingly adopt e-Government initiatives like ours to reduce costs and increase efficiencies,” said Boz Elloy, senior vice president of software products at Borland.

Borland ALM solutions are also enabling Asia Pacific Government Agencies to integrate technology from a variety of vendors on multiple platforms, namely Java(tm), .NET(tm) and legacy systems.

“While Government requirements for high quality software applications have increased, government IT budgets have been reduced,” said Elloy. “A complete application lifecycle management solution that integrates with existing systems and that does not lock customers into any technology or platform is therefore attractive to government organizations.”

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