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Changing fortunes for SCM



Katie Serignese
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July 1, 2010 —  (Page 5 of 6)
Major players weigh in

Aldon:

What’s the biggest differentiator of your SCM solution?
Daniel Magid, chief product strategist: Aldon provides a simple, automated method for tracking everything that happens with a user request, from the moment the need arises until a solution has been delivered to production.

What do you believe is the most important factor an enterprise buyer should look for in an SCM solution?
Enterprise buyers should be looking for end-to-end change management automation and comprehensive compliance support in easy-to-use multi-platform solutions.

CollabNet:

What’s the biggest differentiator of your SCM solution?
Mark Phippard, director of Subversion engineering at CollabNet: Subversion is a reliable, simple and central SCM with globe-spanning performance. It is easy to use and has a stable API with compatibility guarantees.

What do you believe is the most important factor an enterprise buyer should look for in an SCM solution?
When researching new SCM solutions, enterprises are not looking for radical new features. They want a product that is secure, reliable, stable and performs well in a distributed environment.

MKS:

What’s the biggest differentiator of your SCM solution?
Colin Doyle, product manager: MKS Integrity is highly ranked by industry analysts for broad and deep SCM capabilities, but the biggest differentiator for MKS Integrity is its superior support for complex change and configuration management scenarios.

What do you believe is the most important factor an enterprise buyer should look for in an SCM solution?
Matt Klassen, strategic solutions manager: Today’s enterprises need traceability and control throughout the application life cycle. An SCM solution must cope with governance demands as well as scaling up to meet the sheer volume and overwhelming complexity of modern software development.  

Perforce:

What’s the biggest differentiator of your SCM solution?
Nigel Chanter, COO: Flexibility. Perforce supports a company’s development environment regardless of the methodology it chooses. Perforce’s flexibility also refers to its ability to easily integrate with other products in the development life cycle as well as support for a company’s growth over time.



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12/01/2010 06:06:29 PM EST

"distributed version control" is an oxymoron kinda like "business intelligence"

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