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RTTS, SPI Dynamics Join Forces

RTTS announced its new strategic partnership with SPI Dynamics

NEW YORK -- RTTS, the software quality experts, today announced its new strategic partnership with SPI Dynamics, Inc. (www.spidynamics.com), a leading provider of web application security testing software and services.

Under the terms of the agreement RTTS will offer product training, workshops and seminars for SPI Dynamics and deliver consulting and implementation services. Both companies will leverage each other's knowledge and expertise to continue to provide outstanding services and solutions to clients.

"We look forward to working with the talented team at SPI Dynamics," said Bill Hayduk, director of professional services for RTTS. "This relationship brings together two companies that are focused on ensuring that applications are truly secure and that deployment happens on time, within budget and exceeds service level expectations. Our partnership will offer demonstrable benefits to both companies' clients."

"The web is re-inventing itself constantly with web applications that are complex and dynamic, and with the onset of new web technologies there has been an explosion of web vulnerabilities. SPI Dynamics is delighted to work with RTTS to continue to educate the industry on web application security issues and solutions, and reinforce the need for security best practices throughout the application development lifecycle," said David Burke, Vice President of Sales for SPI Dynamics. "We look forward to cultivating a strong relationship with RTTS."

Real-Time Technology Solutions Inc.

S.P.I. Dynamics Inc.

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