New INTSPEI Technology Lets Software Engineers Focus on Innovation, Not Bug Fixes
KIEV-NEW YORK - June 21, 2007 - The International Software and Productivity Engineering Institute (INTSPEI) announced today the roadmap for its P-Modeling technology, which enables software development companies to eliminate bugs early, shortening development time and improving software quality.
Using P-Modeling technology, critical mistakes are discovered and fixed almost immediately - just as they are introduced - and not during the latter phases of development when they are most expensive to resolve. The methodology also reduces the likelihood of new bugs being built on top of old ones, thus enhancing the project’s overall integrity.
INTSPEI Chairman Vladimir L. Pavlov is enthusiastic about the possibilities the new technology will open up for developers.
“Ideally, humans should concentrate on innovation and creativity, not scouring code for bugs,” he says. “P-Modeling helps programmers utilize their unique human qualities and increase their productivity, while letting computers do the routine work.”
The scenario Pavlov describes contrasts plainly with today’s typical quality control model, which frequently allows the most critical-and ultimately expensive-design mistakes to go undetected until the latest phases of a project, often resulting in costly software rewrites.
In July INTSPEI will release free beta versions of both its P-Modeling Framework and P-Explorer, with commercial versions tracking for an October launch. Installed as an extension to Rational Unified Process or Microsoft Solutions Framework, the software will allow users to integrate P-Modeling into their development lifecycles. P-Explorer is touted as a “mission control center” for software development projects, allowing managers to fully manage the integral status and dependencies between project deliverables regardless of which tools or technologies are used to produce them.
The International Software and Productivity Engineering Institute (http://www.intspei.com) is a multinational corporation with offices in New York and Kiev (Ukraine). It was founded in the first quarter of 2007 to develop and distribute advanced software engineering methodologies based on the original award-winning research conducted by its founders since 2001.
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