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This book offers business and IT managers insight into the possibilities of exerting increased business control of the test process: The concept of BDTM prioritises the result and gives the client of the test process whether a business or IT manager the ability to manage the risk coverage, lead time and cost of the test process in both the planning and the execution phases.

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In it was updated as TMap NEXT, incorporating user experience and feedback and many practical examples, making it a highly valuable tool for current and future challenges in the field of testing. TMap NEXT is currently used in hundreds of companies and institutions in a broad range of sectors, including financial services, telecoms, government, utilities and aerospace.

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