eXept offers proven unique software solutions for quality assurance management and test automation. Our programs can be customized to meet the specific needs of your company and the applicable requirements. The company was founded in 1996 with the mission to develop software solutions for complex tasks applying the highest standards.
Product Name: eXpecco
- System Level Design (ESL)
Software programming - focuses on the controlflow of the computation by connecting and controlling procedural blocks. It takes a specialist to model the interactions, data paths, organise parallel progressions, etc. The greater the number of interdependencies and iterations of the development, the greater the difficulties, when test procedures are designed that way.
Quality begins with the definition of
requirements and continues with the response to a reported bug.
expeccoNET, the web-based quality management platform, manages and
links projects, requirements, tests and defects centrally. It provides
enhanced options for automating test cases and linking them to
requirements and defects for automatic validation.
The Security Box of eXept Software AG stores cryptographic certificates
and secret keys and protects them from manipulation and theft. The
master key of the Security Box is encrypted via a USB token, so that the
keys that are saved in the Security Box cannot be utilized without the
respective token. Data backups of the Security Box are also encrypted
with this master key. The Security Box can be placed in a safe and its
door shall be safeguarded via door contacts. The keys cannot be read
from the Security Box without decoding; all operations which require a
key - such as decoding and encoding, creation and validation of
signatures - operate within the Security Box. Keys that have been
created in the Security Box can be written to USB tokens or on chip
cards if necessary.
As a special and unique feature, ST/X provides both an interpretive development environment (with the consequence of very short turn-around times), and a true compiler, which translates Smalltalk classes into real machine code files.