Tevron Adds Full Support for Microsoft Windows 7

Nashua, NH (PressExposure) October 29, 2009 -- Tevron today announced the addition of support for Microsoft Windows 7 to its suite of APM & Testing solutions. Windows 7 is designed for faster and more reliable performance. With 64-bit support, you can take full advantage of the latest powerful PCs. With the latest releases of CitraTest, CitraTest APM, and CitraTest VU, Tevron again is taking the lead role in the APM & testing industry in providing support for every Windows environment including Windows 7 and every application that is accessible from Windows.

As companies across the world upgrade to the new Windows 7 operating environment, Tevron’s APM & testing solutions will continue to offer the industry lead for application monitoring, load testing, and general automation. To learn more about Tevron’s automated testing solutions or to request additional information, please call +1.702.518.7435 or visit http://www.tevron.com.


Tevron, the Tevron logo, and CitraTest are registered trademarks of Tevron, LLC. Windows 7 is a registered trademark of Microsoft. All other product references herein are either trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

About Tevron

Tevron is a global leader in APM and Automated Testing. Through our all encompassing customer-centric vision and advanced technology, our APM & Testing Solutions allow the unique flexibility of supporting every application across the enterprise with one methodology delivering the ability to test, monitor, enforce SLAs, and optimize performance with confidence and ease. Founded in 2001, Tevron is a global organization and is privately held. Our vast and diverse range of customers are global leaders and include companies such as Alcon Labs, Alverno, Northrop Grumman, Xerox, Hewlett Packard, Siemens, and Lucent Technologies, to name a few.
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Press Release Submitted On: November 04, 2009 at 7:36 am
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