Yes this is obviously promotional material thinly disguised as a tech article. There are multiple articles on here posted by the same person to promote this software. It either needs to be made clear that it is an advertisement or at the very least present the content in a way that has some value other than showing the functionality of this commercial software and then telling people to purchase it.
Perhaps present some interesting statistics at least. What are the most common types of problems found? What are the average amount of errors found per 100/1000/10,000 lines of code. What are some of the real world results gained from fixing all the detected problems... speed increase, size decrease, stability?
For what it's worth the software seems excellent and very useful. I just feel like this is an abuse of the spirit of this article system.