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ENERJY DELIVERS ENERJY CQ2 v1.1 WITH LARGE TEAM SUPPORT, BRINGS VISIBILITY TO THE JAVA APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Graphically displays metrics and trends on a per project, per team and per developer basis

BEVERLY, Massachusetts (May 16, 2006) - Enerjy, a leading provider of proven, software integrity solutions to Java™ development organizations, introduces its latest update to Enerjy CQ2, a powerful turnkey solution that, for the first time, provides development managers with visibility into their development process. Enerjy CQ2 v1.1, with its large team support feature, enables development managers to more efficiently manage development teams, both at on-site and remote locations, by assigning any number of developers to named teams. Development managers can now track team or developer performance against the quality metrics Enerjy CQ2 collects, including unit testing results, code coverage practices, compliance to coding standards and overall activity.

"As organizations continue to face the challenges that go along with managing dispersed development teams, there is an increasing need for a development manager to see, analyze and track a team's quality-related behaviors and performance;" said Nigel Cheshire, CEO, Enerjy. "Enerjy CQ2's large team support feature gives the development manager instant access to data reports and trends analysis, on both team and individual levels, that can compare a developer's performance to a team's collective performance and even the entire project performance; it is all of these factors that contribute to delivering projects on time, that meet customer requirements and with the highest level of quality."

Enerjy CQ2 v1.1 collects data from existing build systems and captures key performance indicators (KPIs) using components such as: version control systems, static code analysis, unit testing and code coverage. Featuring a central console that provides real-time status updates and the ability to set metric thresholds, Enerjy CQ2 allows development managers to set attainable goals and analyze trends on a variety of quality metrics, on a per project, per team and per developer basis throughout the application development project.

Enerjy CQ2 v1.1 integrates into an organization's existing Java development environment and leverages a developer's existing tool set for a complete Precision Team Management Solution. A configured software offering, an Enerjy CQ2 v1.1 implementation includes discovery, recommendation, installation and training.

Who Is Enerjy Software?
Enerjy develops Java™ software integrity solutions for development managers to continuously improve the quality of their application development projects. Enerjy CQ2 technology provides visibility into a quality-driven development process to aid development teams in delivering projects to specification with reduced coding errors by the required target date.

Development managers can now optimize the performance of their development team, thus minimizing time wasted on avoidable rework, on tracking down bugs, and in lengthy or ineffective code reviews. Enerjy Software is a division of Teamstudio, Inc. With headquarters in Beverly, Massachusetts, Teamstudio also has offices in the UK, France, and Japan. To learn more about software integrity solutions designed to improve application quality and enhance developer productivity, please visit Enerjy's Web site at: www.enerjy.com.

Contact: Tara Lefave - PR/Marcom Specialist
Enerjy Software
Ph: 978-816-6229
tara_lefave@enerjy.com

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