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Case Study • Swiss Bank

„agosense.symphony has become the backbone of the whole tool chain for software development. We knew that if we wanted to successfully establish the best-of-breed solution, we would only be able to do it using agosense.symphony.“
Engineering Lead, Swiss High Street Bank

The Bank therefore sought a stable, high-performance solution to master the frequent synchronisation processes, massive amounts of data and a range of tools from different software producers, including some internally developed applications and programs meant a flexible system was needed to link them together. Additionally, the integration of all tools required a standardised technology that could be adapted and managed internally by the IT department.

Using agosense.symphony and a specific adapter for each tool, a continuous tool chain was developed, consisting of Polarion‘s requirements management,test management from the Hewlett Packard Quality Centre (HP QC), Atlassian Jira‘s defect and change management, the Sparx Enterprise Architect modelling tool and Subversion for software versioning and revision control.

Their efforts surpassed the expectations of the Bank‘s IT representatives, not least because of the low cost and swift implementation of their requirements, but also because of the number and functionality of the available adapters and the potential for future expansion of the adapter portfolio, including the opportunity to integrate internally developed tools.

„Working with agosense was seamless from the planning stage through to implementation - cooperation with Support and Consulting is very professional. The response time and quality of the advice given is exemplary“ , praised all people involved including the Sector Head of the Swiss Bank.

Further details on the challenges, solutions, process, benefits and potential can be found in our full case study.