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Seapine Software's Surround SCM Provides Dreamweaver MX Code as Well as Linux, Solaris, Windows

Company Focuses on Adaptable Application Lifestyle Management

Seapine's adaptable application lifecycle management (AALM) solutions for enterprise-level software development "feature seamless integration with each other as well as with a wide variety of other popular software development tools," the company says. Its Surround SCM product now enables Dreamweaver MX developers to manage their code, and is part of the company's overall emphasis on effiective source code managmenet processes.

"If you develop commercial software, write user documentation, design print or interactive media, create test scripts, or build Web sites, you need a central repository to manage changes to source files and facilitate team collaboration," the company says.

The company says its Surround SCM combines advanced source code management with a user-friendly interface and strong integration with popular development tools to accelerate development efforts. Whether source code management needs include working with multiple operating systems (Windows, Solaris, Linux, and Mac OS X are supported), remotely accessing source code, or managing complex changes to multiple product versions, Surround SCM is designed to address the need.

Pelco, a leading manufacturer of video security systems, recently standardized on Surround SCM for its enterprise-wide source control needs. Pelco chose scaleable, cross-platform Surround SCM to provide secure source code management for their entire development organization including engineers, build teams, and QA testers.

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