Testing & QA

Regulatory testing project of the year — HCL and Deutsche Bank

Regulatory testing project of the year — HCL and Deutsche Bank

European banks have to implement FATCA tax rules for each national market in which they operate. So Deutsche Bank’s FATCA compliance app was necessarily going to be a sophisticated build. In partnership with HCL, Deutsche designed a pioneering DevOps solution. Compliance is increasingly driving software development and testing, and the complexity for software developers arises »

Software vendor platform of the year — Calypso Technology’s CATT

The San Francisco-based trading and risk systems became the first capital markets software vendor to offer an automated testing platform for its product. Standard Bank of South Africa was the first major customer. Testing software and apps has become progressively more difficult and time-consuming for banks. Aside from the growing number of legacy systems that »

DevOps advisory provider of the year — Tata Consultancy Services

ING is recognised as a leader in Agile and DevOps delivery among European banks. The partnership of ING’s Belgian subsidiary with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has been an important part of its success in its move toward continuous app delivery. Netherlands-based ING started its transition to full automation of software development two years ago, driven »

Hexaware shares calculator for test automation costs

Hexaware shares calculator for test automation costs

Hexaware, the India-based IT service provider, has created an online calculator that estimates the return on investment (RoI) in test automation. The calculator is based on the costs of Hexaware’s Integrated Design2Execution (ID2E) testing framework. The calculator, which can be found on Hexaware’s website here, allows users to estimate savings that can be achieved by »

Paragon and RS Software partner to test digital payments

Paragon Application Systems, the North Carolina-based provider of testing services for financial firm, announced that it will partner with India’s RS Software, a company that develops technologies for digital payments. The partners say that they will work together to meet the growing demand for next-generation automated testing solutions in payments, as financial firms transition away »

Luxoft signs three-year deal with UBS for $100 million to $300 million per year

Luxoft, a Zurich-based provider of software development tools and testing services listed on the New York Stock Exchange, has made a deal with UBS. The Swiss bank has signed a three-year agreement with the Luxoft, and has agreed to an average minimum spend of $100 million to $300 million a year. The technology service provider »

MoneyFarm puts Scala programming language at the heart of its IT infrastructure

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Scala, an open-source programming language released in 2004, is still only ranked number 31 in the ranking index of the top 50 software languages maintained by Tiobe Software, a Dutch firm that specialises in software quality metrics. But the Tiobe index is a general one  – it covers coding languages used across all industries. Developers »

DevOps and continuous delivery: How much is hype versus reality?

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The topics of DevOps and continuous app delivery have made it onto the agenda at SIBOS, organised by Swift, the bank payments consortium and by some measures the leading financial technology conference in the world. Reflecting the wariness banks hold for new technologies, the panel QA Financial was asked to chair at SIBOS was titled: »

Singapore to Test Digital Currency in Latest Fintech Initiative

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The “proof-of-concept” project, which also involves the city’s stock exchange and eight banks, is aimed at simplifying the payments process and reducing transaction costs, Managing Director Ravi Menon said in a speech Wednesday. It may include cross-border transactions with the participation of another central bank in the future, he said. “Today, banks have to go »

FCA gives green-light for sandbox testing

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has released the names of 24 companies whose projects have been approved for its regulatory sandbox scheme launched last May. Companies that have been given the go-ahead include: BitX, a provider of distributed ledger technology that allows the international transfer of funds, the charity Citizens Advice, with an app that »

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