According to the company, the Bridge:test 2.10 consists of a new regression test manager engine designed to use a database repository for test data. The enhanced version is customer-driven than its predecessor thanks to extensive customer involvement in determining its functionality, enabling utilization of the system in line with the changing ATM application landscape.
Through its Bridge suite of ATM software products, Level Four offers financial institutions the ability to unlock the potential of the ATM and self-service channel. Using open standards-based software, Bridge enables financial institutions to not only select alternative suppliers for their ATM and self service software, and also provides the ability to interact with other bank systems and third parties. This approach allows banks to reduce costs and increase customer service levels through the provision of enhanced ATM functionality, said Level Four.
Bridge:test 2.10 includes a new database repository that provides improved reporting delivery capabilities and access to test information, as well as integration to enterprise wide test tools such as HP’s QualityCenter. As ATM test outsourcing is becoming common to help increase internal operational efficiencies in today’s economic environment, Bridge:test .2.10 gives financial institutions the ability to control test script management in one location and have execution completed in another location, supporting an outsourcing strategy with confidence, added Level Four.
Ian Kerr, CEO of Level Four Software, said: It is our goal to ensure that our software meets the demands of the market and our customers as the arena of self-service technology evolves. As our customers’ system functionality needs evolve and they continue to move towards Windows and open standards plus functional enhancements such as intelligent deposit, they have constantly changing system requirements. We want to ensure our system meets those requirements and will continue to build and upgrade the Bridge suite to match customer functionality requests and market demands.