Scott O'Neill

Associate Director Marketing and Undergraduate Recruitment | Director International at University of Waterloo

Location:
200 University Avenue West, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Company:
University of Waterloo
HQ Phone:
(519) 888-4567
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Last Updated 11/28/2017

General Information

Employment History

Director, Sales and Marketing  - Netsweeper Inc

Affiliations

Director, Marketing  - Software Innovation Inc

Web References  

http://www.mks.com/about-mks/contacts/media

Scott O'Neill | +1 519 883 4316 | scott.oneill@mks.com

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Four Hundred Stuff--MKS Adds Test Management to ALM Suite

MKS has pre-built integrations into many testing tools, says MKS spokesman Scott O'Neill.
"We have a framework for connecting to commercial, off-the-shelf, and bespoke test automation tools that rolls up into test management capabilities," he says. "We have requirements management on the front-end, and that links to the source code developed on iSeries or elsewhere. So you're doing test case authoring and saying 'Here's all the things we need to test,' and that then feeds into the automated test tools." MKS' software has come a long way from the early days of basic source code management to the current days of comprehensive ALM. The addition of test case management capabilities follows moves MKS has made recently to bolster its ALM capabilities with requirements planning and bug tracking (through a partnership with BMC Software), and test case management is one of the last gaps to be filled in MKS' quest to provide an end-to-end ALM solution, according to O'Neill. "Looking at the platform as a whole, we've now got soup-to-nuts application lifecycle management, from requirements through development and testing on through release management," he says.

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http://www.bwob.ca/industries/it-industries/rogue-nations-can-make-rogue-products/

When approached by Canadian Business, Netsweeper's director of sales and marketing, Scott O'Neil, declined to comment.

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