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verit Informationssysteme joins the Eclipse Foundation

Starting April 2011, we are now an official member of the Eclipse Foundation.

With our entrance into the Eclipse Foundation as a Solution Member, we want to further strengthen our commitment to Eclipse-based software quality assurance tools in collaberation with the community.

Eclipse technology has formed the central component of our range of software quality assurance products since 2006. We now want to actively share the experience we have gained with the community.

Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation: "We are happy to welcome verit Informationssysteme into the community. verit has extensive knowledge in the area of quality assurance and years of experience in the use of Eclipse technology to build Eclipse-based tools. Their active participation will be a valuable addition to the Eclipse testing community."

We would like to thank those responsible for our warm welcome and the support we have received and look forward to working together.

On verit Informationssysteme GmbH:

verit Informationssysteme GmbH is a software company based in Kaiserslautern's PRE-Park. The company develops software in the Java and Eclipse environments and specializes in quality assurance of software.

verit develops and distributes two tools for test automation and test management:

PETA-Testautomation is an Eclipse-based solution for automated testing of distributed software systems. PETA tests interfaces at the protocol level and is also usable with applications with no GUI.

Klaros-Testmanagement assists in the gathering, management and evaluation of all relevant quality assurance related data and is available both in a free community edition as well as a commercial enterprise edition.

On Eclipse Foundation:

Eclipse is an open source community, whose projects are focused on building an open development platform comprised of extensible frameworks, tools and runtimes for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle. The Eclipse Foundation is a not-for-profit, member supported corporation that hosts the Eclipse projects and helps cultivate both an open source community and an ecosystem of complementary products and services.

The Eclipse Project was originally created by IBM in November 2001 and supported by a consortium of software vendors. The Eclipse Foundation was created in January 2004 as an independent not-for-profit corporation to act as the steward of the Eclipse community. The independent not-for-profit corporation was created to allow a vendor neutral and open, transparent community to be established around Eclipse. Today, the Eclipse community consists of individuals and organizations from a cross section of the software industry.