Friday, October 06, 2006

IBM appeal to Mercury Interactive customers to migrate to Rational tools

IBM have unveiled a new program to help customers make the switch from Mercury Interactive* software to IBM Rational and Tivoli software tools to improve the quality and management of their complex IT environments.

Under the new program, effective worldwide, IBM will help eligible clients save up to 25% on license fees when migrating from Mercury, Borland and other competitive testing products to IBM Rational and Tivoli software tools.

In addition, customers can receive at no cost IBM Rational Performance Tester along with 100 virtual tester licenses when they purchase an IBM Rational ClearQuest and IBM Rational Functional Testing quality management solution. This promotion, which can save clients more than $21,000 in software license charges, runs through December 22, 2006.

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