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March Networks Implements Seapine’s Issue Management Solution to Assure Product Quality

Seapine Software, a leading global provider of quality-centric application lifecycle management (ALM) solutions, announced today that March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, plans to implement Seapine’s TestTrack Pro issue management solution at both its Ottawa, Canada and Milan, Italy development offices. TestTrack Pro will be integrated with other currently installed Seapine ALM tools to help the organization manage the development of quality software across both locations.

The distributed development team at March Networks creates the software applications that configure and control the company’s innovative, networked video surveillance technology. Products include open-platform video management system software, high-definition IP cameras, encoders, video analytics and recording platforms. The development team will use TestTrack Pro to track and manage potential defects, feature requests, change requests, and other work items in the development process. Both the Ottawa and Milan offices are currently using Seapine’s TestTrack TCM to manage test cases, and the Milan office also uses Seapine’s Surround SCM for software configuration management.

“We are very pleased with Seapine’s TestTrack TCM product and the company’s support services, and anxious to implement the other Seapine ALM tools to take full advantage of the integrated capabilities,” said Andrew Collins, product validation manager, March Networks. “This will enable us to better track and manage test cases, defects, and software changes in a comprehensive fashion. We’ve also recently evaluated TestTrack RM for managing project requirements and readily see the advantages of upstream and downstream traceability of artifacts. Seapine has a great product line with first-class features.”

To learn more about Seapine’s ALM solutions, visit www.seapine.com/products.html.

About March Networks

March Networks® (TSX:MN) is a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions. For close to a decade, the Company has helped some of the world’s largest commercial and government organizations transition from traditional CCTV to networked video surveillance used for advanced security, loss prevention and risk mitigation. VideoSphere®, the Company’s enterprise-class video management portfolio, includes open-platform VMS software complemented by high-definition IP cameras, encoders, video analytics and recording platforms, as well as outstanding professional and managed services. March Networks systems are delivered through an extensive distribution and partner network and currently support over one million channels of video in more than 50 countries.

About Seapine Software

With over 8,500 customers worldwide, Seapine Software, Inc. is the leading provider of quality-centric application lifecycle management solutions. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, with offices in Europe and Asia-Pacific, Seapine’s development tools help organizations of all sizes streamline communication, improve traceability, achieve compliance, and deliver quality products. Seapine's products support best practices, integrate into all popular development environments, and run on Microsoft Windows®, Apple Macintosh®, Linux®, and Sun Solaris® platforms.

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