FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 1, 2016 – Chandler, AZ – ResultsPositive is proud to announce that Senior Solutions Architect, Matt Angerer, has partnered with Joe Colantonio to produce an episode of “TestTalks,” the weekly software test automation podcast on joecolantonio.com. TestTalks covers testing news, reviews books about automation, and speaks with some of the most successful and inspiring thought leaders in the test automation field.

Matt Angerer was selected to be featured on the podcast because of his unique knowledge of HPE software products and the value that experience can bring to the TestTalks professional audience. As a private product owner of VerticalRent, a rental property and tenant screening platform, Matt has the opportunity to use ALM Octane, HPE UFT, HPE StormRunner and HPE Sprinter in both a personal and professional capacity. Matt’s episode will be released on Sunday July 3rd at 8:00am. An associated blogpost with the full podcast transcript will be published on Thursday July 7th.

 

ResultsPositive Company Profile

ResultsPositive is an award winning HP Platinum Partner and has been recognized as the HP Partner of the Year for PPM (2010, 2011), Executive Scorecard (2012), Customer Support (2013), and HPE SPM Partner of the Year (2015). Pioneering the Rapid Start implementation solutions for HP IT Performance Suite Software, ResultsPositive is a leader in IT management consulting delivering Project & Portfolio Management, Application Transformation, Business Intelligence, Mobility, Application Lifecycle Management, IT Service Management, Business Service Management solutions. As both an HP Platinum Partner and HP ASMP-S Support Provider, ResultsPositive has the experience, support, and training necessary to turn your complex IT processes into tangible business solutions.

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Contact Information
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480-336-3450

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Comments
  • Kamilla

    I hav used vertical rent once. Honestly, they need to optimize their site in order to prevent errors while making tenant screening. Generally, good post, thank you

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