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Deltek's Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part II)
Well, a few months after Part I of this blog post was published, which focused on Deltek's pre-New Mountain Capital private equity investment era, the time has

s part 21  Management Implementation Guide], SOX Section 404 , OMB Circular # A-11 Part 7 [Section 300], etc.). In that regard, Deltek Cobra, after importing project schedules, baselines and WBS, helps with project cost management, change management and forecasting. The solution features integration not only with the Open Plan sibling product, but also with the Microsoft Project/Project Server and Primavera project scheduling products. These new products certainly can create opportunities for Deltek to capture

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Tools exist to support software testing at all stages of a project. Some vendors offer an integrated suite that will support testing and development throughout a project's life, from gathering requirements to supporting the live system. Some vendors concentrate on a single part of that life cycle. The software test tools knowledge base provides functional criteria you might expect from a testing tool, the infrastructure that supports the tool, and an idea of the market position of the vendor.  

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