Telelogic said it brings an extensive library of best practices accumulated over the last 20 years in areas such as requirements-driven development, Model Driven Architecture, MDA, enterprise change management, and systems and software development.
As an early committer, we are pleased to be involved at the inception of this project and to share some of our best practices, said Bill Shaw, senior vice president of Common Technologies, Telelogic. Open source development processes will clearly have a large impact on the systems and software development community, and Telelogic has a broad range of expertise to help them evolve.
Of course the company is hoping that it will still be able to sell tools and services at a higher level than EPF.
This is another step forward in our Enterprise Lifecycle Management (ELM) strategy to deliver solutions for automating and supporting best practices across the enterprise, said Ingemar Ljungdahl, Telelogic CTO. Organizations will benefit from the additional value of Telelogic’s robust process extensions and automation that make processes across the lifecycle scaleable and actionable on real projects.