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DETROIT, Dec. 10, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
Compuware Corporation (Nasdaq:CPWR), the technology performance company, today announced that its Uniface Business Unit has released Uniface 9.6, a significant milestone in its vision of helping organizations modernize applications and enable the development of applications of engagement. Additionally,
Uniface University and
Uniface TV have been enhanced to increase developer productivity and enable rapid adoption.
In a separate news release, Compuware also announced that
Creative Intellect Consulting, Ltd. (CIC) has
published an analysis on the Uniface Business Unit, citing it for enabling customers to rapidly develop enterprise applications as well as for having a targeted strategy for delivering best-in-class partner and customer support programs.
Modernizing Enterprise Applications
"Uniface 9.6 will allow us to take our client server apps to an entirely new level," said James Kutrubs, Software Development Manager, CourtView Justice Solutions. "The availability of a modern, functional user experience is a critical application feature, and Uniface 9.6 enables us to achieve this."
Organizations are working hard
to modernize applications, including traditional applications of record, as well as the more modern applications of engagement. Modernizing existing applications is frequently the most cost-effective and productive way for an organization to meet the demand for enhanced and innovative applications.
"Our vision is to provide customers with the industry's most productive development capabilities that enable technology to make a difference," said Adrian Gosbell, Director of Product Management of Compuware's Uniface Business Unit. "Uniface 9.6 continues to deliver on that vision by providing a rich set of services and functionality that simplifies the process of modernizing both Uniface and, increasingly, non-Uniface applications."
Enhancing Web Development