SmartBear Acquires TM4J
April 08, 2020

SmartBear announced the acquisition of Test Management for Jira (TM4J), an user-rated QA and test management app in Jira for enterprise teams, from London-based Adaptavist.

TM4J joins a SmartBear portfolio dedicated to enterprise agility at scale with tools like Zephyr and CucumberStudio.

SmartBear plans to not only dedicate new investment in innovation around TM4J’s support for Behavior-driven development (BDD), but add seamless integrations with CrossBrowserTesting, LoadNinja, SoapUI Pro, and TestComplete.

“Today’s enterprises know they need to become more agile in order to meet increased business demands, but they often find themselves held back by the limitations of legacy or inefficient testing solutions,” said Laurent Py, VP of Products at SmartBear. “We’re excited to add the team behind TM4J and the outstanding technology they’ve built to the SmartBear family. TM4J focuses on enterprise needs while Zephyr for Jira addresses smaller, agile teams. This move further enables our company to deliver the perfect testing solutions inside of Jira to companies of all sizes and business models. ”

A full featured test management solution, TM4J helps users to coordinate all testing activities including test planning, authoring, execution, tracking, and reporting. Seamlessly integrated into the Jira user interface, TM4J is flexible, intuitive, and powerful, providing traceability for smarter and faster agile testing inside Jira. It is the highest-rated test management solution for Jira in the Atlassian Marketplace.

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