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Kovair offers Omnibus connectors for many Microsoft products, including Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, Microsoft Project, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel. Omnibus is based on .NET technology and uses Microsoft SQL Server for data repository, making it easier for any Microsoft customer adoption.

Kovair has worked with customers of Microsoft tools for some time facilitating them to integrate Microsoft and other tools. By joining the VSIP program, Kovair will be able to better align its product development with Microsoft roadmap and be able to help customers implement their development strategies ahead of the curve, said Bipin Shah, CEO and Chairman of Kovair Software.

Microsoft VSIP

Omnibus makes Visual Studio, SharePoint and TFS interoperable with all major competitor products and open source tools for which Kovair currently offers more than 40 different integrations. Omnibus has adapters for most popular Microsoft development tools including Visual Studio, TFS, SharePoint, Microsoft Project, Word and Excel. Omnibus Reports are available in Word and Excel formats. Learn more about Kovair’s Visual Studio Adapter and Plug in, TFS Integration Adapter at Visual Studio Gallery.

Microsoft can introduce Kovair Omnibus to their customers who are heavy users of HP, IBM, JIRA, and open source tools by offering integrations between Microsoft products and third party multi-vendor tools. Kovair Omnibus platform also provides seamless Migration and synchronization between HP QC, Microsoft TFS and MTM. It supports migration of all HP QC elements (Requirements, Bugs, Test Cases, Attachments, History and Links between items) to TFS and their interrelationships and facilitates execution of QTP Test Scripts linked with Test Cases from MTM. Thus, Kovair brings value to Team Foundation Server and Test Manager users who also include HP tools in their development process.

Visual Studio from Microsoft has enabled software development organizations to break free of rigid, process-oriented application lifecycles that isolate development, testing, project management and operations teams. Microsoft’s approach to Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) provides a flexible and agile environment that adapts to your team’s needs, removes barriers between roles, and streamlines processes so you can focus on delivering high-quality software faster and more efficiently. For more information.