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Radview launches new license programme for testing service providers

Posted in Load testing,Software testing,testing tool by testing in London on September 29, 2008

From Media Wire

RadView Software Ltd has launched the “Portable for Partners”- a special license programme designed specifically to meet the needs of System Integrators (SIs), Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and Testing Service Providers. Under the terms of the programme, partners can execute unlimited load testing projects both internally and externally with their customers. It addresses the common challenges associated with deploying and implementing software that needs to be load tested to ensure it meets business performance requirements.

This programme is just one of many steps that RadView is taking to better serve its partner eco system. Additional benefits that RadView partners can leverage include custom pre-packaged test scripts, deeper product integration and co-branding. This is in addition to RadView’s aggressive pricing policy and superior technical support.

The Portable for Partners program is designed for:

  • Testing Service Providers who offer performance, load and stress testing services
  • Professional service teams of ISV’s that want to help their customers validate the performance of their application in the customer environment
  • Systems Integrators and Consultants that Implement web based applications and want to add a new service offering to validate their customer’s web based applications

“The other leading load testing tools have become the domain of giants like HP, Oracle and IBM.”

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