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Seapine Software has unveiled its TestTrack 2014 software application development management product. The company has bolstered this tool with a new interface that has search filtering capabilities and enhanced options for removing interface elements to increase usable screen real estate.

TestTrack 2014 replaces its three previous web clients: TestTrack Pro Web, TestTrack RM Reviewer, and TestTrack TCM Test Runner.

Logically named so you don't have to guess what year version this is, TestTrack 2014's interface now integrates the functions of Seapine's three previous web clients.

"The new interface features full test management and requirements management support, along with enhancements that make finding and updating data easier," said Rick Riccetti, president and CEO, Seapine Software. "Users can now create, update, manage, and report on all their work items and project artifacts within a unified TestTrack web client."

Deployment is easier with TestTrack 2014 because it eliminates the need to install desktop clients on multiple computers.

TestTrack 2014 also includes new, integrated dashboard capabilities for the ALM Reporting Platform. Teams can now easily launch ALM RP dashboards to monitor project progress across an organization.

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