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HP Quality Center

Part of the Software development glossary:

HP Quality Center is Hewlett-Packard’s software quality management product, part of the company’s application lifecycle management (ALM) software suite.

The product is available in entry-level and enterprise-level versions. Quality Center includes components for requirements management, quality planning, software testing management, business process testing, defect management and release and cycle management.

According to HP, Quality Center reduces the time and cost required to release a software application and lessens the risk of product errors and defects. A web-based dashboard enables  communication among development, business analyst and quality assurance team members. 

See a video introduction to HP Quality Center:

This was last updated in June 2014
Contributor(s): Ivy Wigmore
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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