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Software Change Management Solution TD/OMS
TD/OMS is a scalable, cost-effective and easy to use Application Life Cycle Management solution.
TD/OMS supports IBM i (Power) Windows and Unix/Linux. It incorporates fundamental IT business process support to manage software changes, software development, deployment and modernization projects. TD/OMS enables development teams to work in a collaborative way and to share any information at various development stages in any environment (Development, Test, Acceptance, and Deployment). TD/OMS is a powerful software solution that incorporates all the functionalities to support modern software development requirements.
Don’t miss another dependency with our graphical impact analysis and Xref.
Found an error in the code? No problem. Easily roll back the changes.
Want to find all changes to a program? You can quickly compare and merge sources. All versions are archived.
Deploying changes on IBM i and across platforms has never been easier with TD/OMS’ reliable deployment, automated or manual.
- Peer review, user approval or management approval – we have you covered with our Ratification option.
- Do you have several sources to manage from third parties and across teams? Easily synchronize third-party sources with Fusion.
- Want to know the history of an object, including transfers? All the information is at your fingertips. All component changes are registered to our database, resulting in SOX-compliant audit reports and inquiries.
- Integration with such 4GL solutions as:
CA 2E and CA Plex.
- Integration with the most popular third-party solutions, including:
Jenkins, Git, GitLab, GitHub, Bitbucket.
JIRA, ServiceNow, OTRS.
WebSmart, X-Analysis, RPG Toolbox.
- Universal language support (including DBCS).
TD/OMS CUSTOMER BENEFITS
- Total control over software changes
- Fast, flexible implementation and training
- Integrated Project Management Workflow
- Easy to adapt and quick learning curve
- Employee involvement and transparency
- Third party solution integration
- Complete control of software distribution to multi-platform environments
- Scalable for any customer needs (SMB to large Enterprises)
- Fewer bugs, higher quality software and fast go-to-market
- Audit and regulation compliance
- Minimum administration effort
- Cross-industry solution
- Modernization support
- Cost effective and Fast ROI
- Perpetual/ Subscription
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