We are pleased to announce an official launch of Meliora Testlab, codenamed Yamaguchi, for following browsers:
- Internet Explorer (version 8 or later)
- Mozilla Firefox
- Apple Safari
- Google Chrome
Testlab makes it easier than ever to test your software – and enables you to improve your customer satisfaction.
For any organization it is essential that their quality management process is consistent, repeatable and effective. This leads to improved application quality and more effective and cost efficient software project implementation.
Meliora Testlab gives the test team a centralized tool for managing requirements, test cases, defects and testing project tasks. As a modern browser based test management solution, Meliora Testlab provides better visibility to your test management process and assets ensuring the delivery of high quality software.
And note – If you have a hosted version of Meliora Testlab – congratulations, you have already upgraded!
As a launch celebration we are currently offering all new customers two user licences with price of one for three months as long as you sign up before the end of April. Benefit from this offer now and enjoy four very affordable months of Testlab when combined with the 14 day trial period for all sign ups!
We as a team have worked quite hard for few months to bring you this release – thank you for your feedback – and there are some very interesting features coming out in future. Few notable features for enterprise users are integration to Atlassian’s Jira. In addition to this we are looking into a Jenkins plugin which would automatically feed results of automated tests from your CI environment to Testlab.
We will use this blog as communication medium and we will keep you updated.
Yamaguchi, you ask? Well, we like to pick codenames for our releases from something interesting and in this case it comes from a unimaginable story of Tsutomu Yamaguchi. As the guys from Radiolab put it, “On the morning of August 6th, 1945, Tsutomu Yamaguchi was in Hiroshima on a work trip. He was walking to the office when the first atomic bomb was dropped about a mile away. He survived, and eventually managed to get himself onto a train back to his hometown … Nagasaki.” Have a blast and listen for Radiolab’s great podcast of his story after you sign up and familiarize yourself with Testlab.