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Vector Software Launches New Product Editions of its Award-Winning VectorCAST Test Automation Platform

Providence, RI USA, 2018-MAY-1 – With the release of VectorCAST 2018, two editions, Professional and Enterprise, are now available to meet the specific needs of smaller and larger teams and projects. Vector Software is now part of Vector Informatik, the leading manufacturer of software tools and embedded components for the development of electronic systems.

With the two new editions, the automated test platform VectorCAST 2018 is able to better adapt to the individual conditions of each customer, who, from now on, may choose between “Professional” and “Enterprise” editions. 

VectorCAST 2018 Professional is intended for single users and small workgroups working on projects that require automated black-box and white-box unit and integration testing, as well as code coverage analysis. VectorCAST 2018 Enterprise includes all of the features of VectorCAST 2018 Professional plus enterprise test management, testing multiple code configurations, covered by analysis (CBA), probe points, change-based testing, and analytics.

Vector Software’s award-winning VectorCAST embedded software testing platform is a family of products that automates testing activities across the software development lifecycle and supports C, C++, and Ada. The VectorCAST/C++ and VectorCAST/Ada applications are used for Unit and Integration Testing, while VectorCAST/QA is used for System Test Automation and Code Coverage Analysis.

For additional details about the release of VectorCAST 2018, please visit: www.vectorcast.com/vectorcast-2018.

You can find this and other press releases on our website at: www.vector.com/pressreleases

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