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One of the most delicate phases of the application development cycle is releasing a much-anticipated version or package. Add to those user expectations the current focus on the Web, and what you need is a team of developers, database administrators, Web administrators, quality assurance testers, and end-users, which can turn into a project-control nightmare that current development environments don't adequately address.
Mortice Kern Systems' Source Integrity Select Edition 3.1 (MKS Select) promises to put reins on your development team -- no matter how dispersed it may be -- with a set of tools that are flexible, easy to use, and easy to integrate with most development environments. It offers a consistent browser-based client that extends the reach of your development projects across the Internet. The Web client is so straightforward that nontechnical team members can comfortably install and use it.
With this release, MKS provides remarkable ease of use and flexibility in a product category dominated by PVCS from Merant (formerly Intersolv), Rational Software's ClearCase and ClearQuest, and Microsoft's …