TFS is a significant tool. The three step process and accelerators greatly reduce the risk in using TFS and allow customers to reap the benefits of Team Foundation Server as soon as possible
St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) August 8, 2009
Intertech has announced that it is offering a three step TFS Consulting offering. This offering speeds up the implementation and integration process of using Team Foundation Server for software development teams.
"Microsoft's Team Foundation Server, also known as TFS, and their Visual Studio Team System product suite deliver a proven way for software development teams to improve how they create software. To help customers implement and use TFS correctly, we've created a fixed price, three step TFS solution. Unlike traditional consulting services, with our offering, customers will know up front the cost to implement their TFS solution," stated Intertech CEO and Founder Tom Salonek.
The first step in Intertech's solution is an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) assessment. The next step is a solution for TFS installation and integration. The final step is automating TFS build and deploy.
To deliver their solution, Intertech uses proprietary Intertech TFS Solution Accelerators™. Intertech TFS Solution Accelerators are tested, production environment proven utilities, components, and tools. Intertech has accelerators around TFS build and deploy, synchronizing Microsoft Project with TFS, time entry, and work item and defect tracking.
"TFS is a significant tool. The three step process and accelerators greatly reduce the risk in using TFS and allow customers to reap the benefits of Team Foundation Server as soon as possible," shared Ryan McCabe, an Intertech Partner who oversees consulting sales. Intertech's TFS three step offering is part of the firm's overall VSTS consulting practice.
Founded in 1991, along with consulting, Intertech is a leading Java and .NET training firm. Intertech is a Microsoft Managed Gold Partner, a Microsoft TFS/VSTS Inner Circle member, five time winner of the Best Places to Work in Minnesota, and has been featured in Inc., Forbes, and Upsize magazine.