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Enex TestLab Paves the Way for Windows 7 Application Readiness

  • 13 October, 2009 10:30

<p><em>Compatibility testing helps developers ensure smooth transition to Windows
7 environment<br/>
</em><strong>Melbourne, Australia </strong>–<strong> 8th October, 2009</strong>
– With the imminent launch of Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system,
Enex TestLab is helping application developers ensure their software is Windows
7 ready by providing a new suite of cost efficient compatibility testing services.
The tests are designed to help developers save on costs while staying focused
on designing great software by removing the burden of testing and re-testing their
Enex TestLab’s compatibility products offer fast and reliable results through
a rapid response testing program as well as a comprehensive, in-depth review that
provides full Microsoft logo certification support. <br/>
A true Australia success story, the company has modest roots and made its start
with the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). Today, with over two
decades of independent ICT product testing behind them, Enex TestLab has grown
to an organisation that ensures high quality, independent testing services to
government and corporate clients locally and internationally. As one of the first
compatibility testers for Windows 7, Enex TestLab will help spearhead the adoption
of one of the most highly anticipated operating systems in the world.<br/>
“Enex Testlabs is the first dedicated Windows 7 test laboratory in Australia
and is fully endorsed by Microsoft”, says Sarah Vaughan, Windows 7 Commercial
Group Lead. “Enex are helping developers save time and ensure they stay
focused on developing as they prepare their applications for the upcoming launch
of Windows 7.”<br/>
“Our compatibility testing suite for Windows 7 is designed to help organisations
save time, money and prevent delays preparing for the new operating systems,”
said Matt Tett, Managing Director, Enex. “Within a few hours, Enex can scientifically
test application compatibility with Windows 7 and return a comprehensive defect
<strong>Key compatibility testing options from Enex TestLab include:</strong><br/>
• Compatibility testing, re-testing and detailed issue reporting<br/>
• Testing, reporting and debugging and shimming<br/>
• Complete Microsoft Logo Certification<br/>
For more information, please visit <a href="#"></a>.<br/>
<strong>About Enex TestLab</strong><br/>
Enex TestLab was founded in 1989, originally as part of RMIT University, Australia,
and has grown into a commercial testing facility used by a global client base.
The company provides independent testing and reporting services designed to significantly
lower its clients’ risk and maximise their return on investment when researching,
procuring, developing, marketing, or introducing products. Enex TestLab has eight
specialist delivery groups within the organisation, that provide consultancy,
testing and reporting services on their particular area of expertise, including:
hardware, software, systems, security, usability &amp; accessibility, gaming/wagering,
physical/materials, publishing media &amp; communications.<br/>

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