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UL to rebrand Collis and Aspects test tool product lines to UL Print E-mail
Friday, 22 May 2015 06:38

UL is proud to announce it will rebrand its test tool product lines Collis and Aspects to UL. The rebranding means that the UL brand will replace the ‘Collis’ and ‘Aspects’ brands. This is the final change for the Transaction Security division of UL in order to be fully branded as UL. The ‘Collis’ and ‘Aspects’ brands stem from former company names. The Aspects Company, which was developing flagship mobile test tools, was acquired by the Collis Company in 2006. The Collis Company, which developed test tools for the payment, transit and government markets, was acquired by UL in 2012. The renowned Collis and Aspects brand names have been existing within UL until this day. 

From today onwards, UL’s Transaction Security division is committed to rebrand all Collis and Aspects test tools. UL’s test tool portfolio is the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio when it comes to certifications by industry bodies and payments schemes.

Maxim Dyachenko, Service Line Manager Test Tools at UL’s Transaction Security division, stated: “We have been developing quality test tools for the industry for many years. Whilst we are proud of the ‘Collis’ and ‘Aspects’ brand names, which stand for quality and trust, we are happy to announce we are replacing the names with UL. It is a logical step as we are part of UL. UL is a global, trusted brand and we are proud that our test tools will now bear this name as well.” 

The name change will not affect the tools in way of ability or performance. The core test engine and the certified test scripts will remain the same. This means that all test cases in UL-branded tools are fully compliant with all industry body regulations, as was the case with the Collis and Aspects-branded predecessors. In addition, all purchase processes remain the same. Foreseeable aesthetic changes in the future will include packaging, GUIs, user manuals and promotional material.

UL’s Transaction Security division has been developing quality test tools for over two decades. Since the acquisition of Collis, UL gained significant market share within the transaction security technology space. 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 22 May 2015 06:39

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