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Somerville, Massachusetts, United States
Company Overview
Founded in 2010, SmartBear is based out of Somerville, Massachusetts. The company offers development, testing, performance monitoring, and API readiness tools designed to increase the speed, reliability, functionality, and flexibility of users' applications.
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AlertSite is the early warning system you can trust. AlertSite’s intelligent monitoring and alerting logic prevents both false alarms and false positives, and has the fastest and most flexible alert targeting capabilities in the industry. AlertSite’s codeless monitor creation uses an intuitive browser plugin, or Selenium and SoapUI integrations, to instantly create advanced, multi-step synthetic monitors across API, web, and mobile. AlertSite’s unified platform combines an independent global network, private nodes behind your firewall or in the cloud, and real mobile devices for a 360° view of internal and external health across pre-prod and production environments.
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AQtime Pro

Debugging should be simple. AQtime Pro synthesizes complex memory and performance information into digestible, actionable insights so you can quickly find bugs and their root cause.
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Collaborator allows you to weave robust peer reviews throughout your process & across departments – all with one tool. Review user stories and requirements, review code, communicate across the team, and deliver quality software all from one interface. With most development teams being distributed globally, your development process requires an efficient feedback mechanism within a tool to ensure you aren’t losing any velocity or time while collaborating across time zones.
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CrossBrowserTesting is the easiest way to get started with automated & manual testing on real browsers. Get more testing done with SmartBear's all-in-one browser testing platform. Run parallel automated tests, compare screenshots, and remotely debug on 1500+ real desktop and mobile browsers.
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LoadComplete is a desktop tool for load, stress, scalability testing of websites and web applications. Designed from the ground-up to help you focus on the tasks at hand, it does not require advanced programming skills. It works with both traditional HTML web sites and with Rich Internet Applications using modern web technologies like AJAX, ASP.NET, Java, Flash, Flex and Silverlight. The 'record and playpack' and 'visual programming' features enable you to create powerful and flexible first load test within a few seconds.
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LoadUI Pro

With LoadUI Pro, you can reuse your functional API tests built on the industry's #1 open-source based API testing tool, SoapUI Pro to speed testing and reduce the time it takes you to deploy high performance REST and SOAP web services.
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QAComplete is a fully customizable test case management tool with best-in-class integrations to Jira, Rally, TFS, and others. Get real-time insights into your testing state through built-in traceability across requirements, tests, and defects. Manage complex testing process by getting full visibility into changes and their impact with versioning.
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ServiceV Pro

Service Virtualization does not need to be complex. With ServiceV Pro, you can create and use virtual APIs and databases right on your desktop. Virtualization in ServiceV Pro helps you deliver great applications on time and under budget, and does so for a fraction of the cost typically associated with traditional enterprise service virtualization suites. ServiceV Pro supports many popular services and protocols including HTTP, REST, SOAP, JMS and JDBC.
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SoapUI Pro

For REST, SOAP and other popular API and IoT protocols, SoapUI Pro provides the industry's most comprehensive and easy-to-learn functional testing capabilities. Based on open core technology proven by millions of community members, SoapUI Pro helps you ensure that your APIs perform as intended, meet your business requirements, timeframes, and team skill sets right from day one.
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SwaggerHub is the platform for designing and documenting APIs with swagger. Meet the fastest way for teams to collaborate on their API development. SwaggerHub is engineered to give organizations and teams the best possible experience maintaining and collaborating on APIs. Centrally maintain APIs and development teams with the required access control. Combined with SwaggerHub’s collaborative workflow, your teams will always deliver first-class APIs at optimal go-to market speeds.
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TestComplete is an easy-to-use automated UI testing tool. Automate anything you see on the user interface. Choose from over 50k object properties across more than 500 control types, including all the major frameworks and 3rd party controls. Rely on TestComplete’s best in class object identification algorithm to build stable and scalable UI tests.
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TestExecute is a lightweight, fast, and easy-to-use runtime license that helps reduce testing time by splitting tests created using TestComplete or TestLeft on distributed infrastructure containing physical as well as virtual machines. It’s perfect for setting up parallel test suites, specifying specific actions that need to be performed after each run, and the data that needs to be shared across tests.
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TestLeft is a powerful yet lean functional testing tool for dev-testers working in Agile teams. It fully embeds into standard development IDEs. A built-in access to object and method library is also available with TestLeft. Dev-testers can thereby easily and quickly create robust functional automated tests without leaving their favorite IDEs such as Visual Studio. It also works well with other tools in dev eco-systems such as source control or continuous integration systems.
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API Testing in Code with Ready! API TestServer: developer-native tools to help you prove the integrity of your API. API testing needs to be easy for everyone, especially technical experts. Developers live in code and should have the freedom to express their intent as tests to prove the correctness of their API.
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