News : Protecode Enhances Enhancements to It's Flagship Product
OTTAWA, CANADA November 13, 2013 -- Protecode, a provider of open source software license management tools, announces enhancements to its flagship product, Protecode System 4TM, and its recently released file scanning tool, Protecode CompactTM. Enhancements include improved command-line invocation, new automation reporting options, expanded encryption detection, and an enriched graphical dashboard.
Automated workflows have been enhanced to include a new CSV report that can be triggered via the command line interface. Code scans are fully automated using a continuous integration tool (i.e. Jenkins) and generate a CSV report containing all code attributes including: license and copyright information, policy violations, approval status, encryption content, and security vulnerabilities on a one-line-per-file basis. Reports can be processed by external scripts for further automation, or imported into Excel for further personalization. Additionally, textual reports can be generated in Microsoft Word and PDF formats for easy customization or immediate consumption.
"Open source license management is evolving," said Normand Glaude, chief operating officer, Protecode. "Our recent workflow integration, usability and obligation management enhancements reflect the needs of our customers and the ever changing landscape."
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Protecode Inc. delivers tools for software governance and Intellectual Property Management. Protecode solutions enable disciplined software development through automated detection, logging, identification, pedigree-tagging of software content, and provisioning of IP compliance reports and the associated software Bill of Materials (BOM). Protecode products enable enterprises and software developers worldwide to achieve mandated IP governance, increasing corporate and developer value and reducing costs.
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Published: Thursday, November 14, 2013