Migration from HP / Microfocus ALM to Squash
You wish to replace HP / Microfocus ALM.
You are looking for a current and durable tool, that enables you to save your test assets: Squash is the smartest choice!
With Squash, you will take full advantage of a tool:
which covers the various test habits
known as intuitive and easy to learn and use
based on open source, ensuring its durability
coupled with a responsive and professional support/maintenance service
Spend less money
Squash is a widely adopted solution, that is available in various versions:
A Community version, allowing you to take full advantage of all the open source features for free.
Commercial versions, with attractive and transparent prices:
without territoriality: your license can be used worldwide,
with an equal license cost for each profile.
The option to revert to the Community version at any time protects you from vendor lock-in.
Keep your habits
Squash and HP / Microfocus ALM are two tools with a similar philosophy.
You will find features with whom you are already familiar with and gain in ergonomics and ease of use.
Take full advantage of an open tool
Squash is a solution which can be integrated or interfaced with:
Jira for agile projects management:
Automation tools dedicated to developers:
DevOps factories in:
Test automation studios:
The main bugtrackers on the market:
An industrialized methodology
Our process includes various phases. We can accompany you all the way through the migration or part of it:
Definition and implementation of a new technical infrastructure
Data recovery from ALM into Squash
User training and change management
We can offer you a flat-rate pricing:
on parts you would entrust us with
on the whole project, taking over the global management.
We know how to enter the TCO of the Squash solution (license, migration, services) in a global ROI model over several years.
A proven process
Our migration process has proved efficient with numerous clients and various configurations.
Discover our Squash offers with associated features and services.
80% of the Squash commercial version users are using Jira (as a bugtracker and/or as a need specification tool).
Do not hesitate to contact us for any question or additional information about migration.