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Changing fortunes for SCM



Katie Serignese
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July 1, 2010 —  (Page 6 of 6)
What do you believe is the most important factor an enterprise buyer should look for in an SCM solution?
The most important factor is to choose an SCM solution that has unlimited scalability, and easily supports a company as it changes and grows over time.

PureCM:

What’s the biggest differentiator of your SCM solution?
Mike Shepard, senior technical consultant: PureCM is optimized to offer a lightweight and intuitive cross-platform SCM solution. With its latest release, PureCM 2010-1, the Professional edition now comes with one of the tightest change and configuration management integrations on the market.

What do you believe is the most important factor an enterprise buyer should look for in an SCM solution?
We think there are three pillars to enterprise SCM: scalability and performance, transparency and reporting, and an optimized user experience.  

Seapine:

What’s the biggest differentiator of your SCM solution?
Jeff Amfahr, director of product management: One, our use of an industry standard (relational database management system) back end for stability and backup. Second is the deep integration and traceability we provide in the full suite of products in Seapine ALM, which standalone products cannot offer.  

What do you believe is the most important factor an enterprise buyer should look for in an SCM solution?

SCM software needs to be a reliable vault where you store all your critical digital assets. You need to make sure the solution you pick keeps your data safe in a way that you understand, and with tools and technologies that your company knows how to manage and scale.  

SourceGear:

What’s the biggest differentiator of your SCM solution?
Eric Sink, founder: Our product, SourceGear Vault, offers the best migration path for users of [Microsoft Visual] SourceSafe. The data migration is seamless and Vault supports all SourceSafe features with a familiar interface.

What do you believe is the most important factor an enterprise buyer should look for in an SCM solution?
When forced to choose only one factor, I’ll say flexibility. Find the product and vendor with the ability to adapt to your situation.




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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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