Telelogic CM Synergy 6.1 Captures and Automates Development Practices

Telelogic CM Synergy 6.1 Captures and Automates Development Practices New Version of Telelogic's Change and Configuration Management Solution delivers Native Java Interface San Francisco - June 6, 2001, JavaOne Conference -Telelogic (Stockholm Stock Exchange: TLOG), a leading global provider of solutions for advanced software development, today announced a major new release of CM Synergytm, the only automated lifecycle management solution that enables companies to manage business change throughout the product development lifecycle, accelerating the application delivery process. CM Synergy provides industry proven capabilities that facilitate centralized and distributed project teams to fully manage their software changes and logical dependencies using an automated workflow. Among its many new features, CM Synergy Version 6.1 enables development organizations to capture best process patterns in order to reuse successful processes, thereby increasing team productivity and speeding time to market. It also includes a set of predefined development process patterns created for collaborative development such as RAD (Rapid Application Development) process and component-based development. "As the race to be first to market with the best software product at the greatest value intensifies, development teams are constantly challenged to work smarter and more efficiently," said Bill Philbin, senior vice president, change management product division at Telelogic. "CM Synergy's ability to capture and automate the development process is a significant achievement in that it enables teams to benefit from tried and true results. Our process-pattern based approach and new native Java interface is another major step by Telelogic in bringing simplicity and productivity to the software development process." - more - The out-of-the-box component-based development process automates the building and assembly of software in manageable reusable modules. For developers who build and produce reusable components, a new component developer role allows developers access to all change and configuration management operations required to build reusable components, using the task-based change management methodology pioneered by Telelogic. Once built, CM Synergy 6.1 provides a framework and process for sharing components among teams or individuals. With this enhanced support, CM Synergy allows companies even greater flexibility to define and share new process patterns quickly and easily, allowing companies to capitalize on their best development lifecycle. Development teams can select the appropriate process pattern which can then be graphically customized to further meet the needs of the teams. "Based on their tight schedules, development teams need to come up to speed quickly on new technology. Unlike other products which require scripting and manual processes, CM Synergy 6.1 has out-of-the-box process patterns and graphically customizable lifecycles that allow teams to automate their development process quickly and easily," said Jean Louis Vignaud, director, change management product division at Telelogic. Pricing and Availability CM Synergy 6.1 is available immediately on AIX, Compaq TRU64, HP-UX, Redhat Linux, SGI IRIX, Solaris, Windows NT, Windows 98, and Windows 2000. Pricing starts at $1,995 per client license. About Telelogic Telelogic is a leading global supplier of solutions for advanced software and systems development. By providing integrated best-of-breed products and professional services for the end-to-end software development lifecycle, Telelogic enables organizations to improve quality and predictability, while reducing time-to-market and overall costs. Built on an open architecture that ensures interoperability with many top tier technology solutions, Telelogic's products are based on international standardized languages and notations. Telelogic participates in 3GPP, Bluetooth SIG and OMG to monitor and help create future communication technologies and visual software development languages. Named by Forbes Magazine as one of the 300 Best Small Companies in the world, Telelogic is a public and rapidly growing company headquartered in Malmö, Sweden. According to the Venture Development Corporation 2000 report Telelogic is the leading solution supplier in the embedded market and Telelogic DOORS has been named the market leader for requirements management in the Standish Group's 2000 report. Customers include Airbus, Alcatel, Bank of America, BMW, Boeing, British Telecom, Cisco, DaimlerChrysler, Deutsche Bank, Ericsson, Lockheed Martin, Lucent Technologies, Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Philips and Siemens. Telelogic's worldwide presence includes offices in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. For more information about Telelogic and how it can benefit your development efforts, visit the website at # # # Telelogic, Telelogic Tau, DOORS, Logiscope and SCADE are trademarks of Telelogic.All other products are the trademarks, service marks, or registered trademarks of their respective holder. Contacts: Jaci Robbins Evelyn Lawrence Telelogic Wilson McHenry Phone: +1 949.885.2550 Phone: +1 646.254.7716 E-mail: E-mail: jaci.robbins@telelogic elawrence@wilsonmchenry.c .com om ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker The following files are available for download:

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Telelogic is a leading global provider of solutions for advanced systems and software development. Telelogic's intuitive, best-in-class software tools automate and support best practices throughout the development lifecycle, leaving development teams free to concentrate on core competencies and apply their skills and energy to value-added tasks. By optimizing each phase of development, Telelogic enables companies to deliver higher quality systems and software with greater predictability, reduced time-to-market and lower overall costs. To ensure interoperability with third-party tools, Telelogic's products are built on an open architecture and standardized languages.