Testing & QA Standards

TestPlant launches new automation suite

London-based test automation vendor, TestPlant, has launched a new platform that it says will predict, verify and monitor an application before and after each release, and rate it on key criteria of user satisfaction, its success in conversion – or the change in functionality from the legacy app – adoption and retention. Research commissioned by »

QA Mentor acquires Zado, Indian software testing company

Rusland Desyatnikov, CEO and founder of QA Mentor, said Zado Infotech’s Z-Automate technology can convert manual resources to automated script by individuals without any programming experience or knowledge. Desyatnikov said: “This unique script-less framework with an easy spreadsheet interface for test suite configuration and development will allow manual testers to convert manual regression ... »

London Maintains Lead in Private Data Plumbing Ahead of Brexit

The U.K. capital currently has an installed bandwidth of 159 terabytes per second, a figure that exceeds any other European city and is greater than the capacities in either New York or Silicon Valley, according to a new report from Equinix Inc., a U.S. company specializing in data centers that host many of these private »

Tricentis acquires load testing specialist Flood IO

Tricentis, the California and Austria-based software test automation provider, has acquired Flood IO. Flood, launched only four years ago in Australia, has become rapidly established as: “the industry’s most flexible and scalable on-demand load testing solution” said Tricentis. Flood’s technology frees load testing from resource-intensive performance labs and “shifts it left” with a simplified and »

Announcing the QA Financial European Software and App Awards for 2017

Announcing the QA Financial European Software and App Awards for 2017

We are delighted to announce the winners of our 2017 European Software and App Awards. In each case, they have demonstrated innovation and excellence in response to the key challenges facing financial firms: increasing competition, increasing regulation and the increasing complexity and scale of technology requirements. THE WINNERS (Click for links to articles) Overall winner: »

Quality assurance and testing provider of the year & functional testing provider of the year — Tricentis

Quality assurance and testing provider of the year & functional testing provider of the year — Tricentis

Automation is the dominant theme in software quality assurance. Every financial firm wants to make that transition, and Tricentis — the winner of QA Financial’s top award — has become established as the market-leading scriptless automation technology with its core Tosca product. We interviewed leading customer firms Julius Baer, Deutsche Börse and Vantiv, along with »

Non-functional testing provider of the year — Exactpro

Non-functional testing provider of the year — Exactpro

Latency standards for exchange and arbitrage trading are now measured in microseconds. Non-functional testing for the stress points is a critical challenge. Exactpro, owned by the London Stock Exchange (LSEG), has quickly become established as an industry leader. Beyond the LSEG, Exactpro’s clients include Tradition, the leading inter-dealer broker and derivatives specialist. What these clie... »

Performance testing provider of the year — Neotys

Load testing, the process of checking that an app or a platform can cope with heavy use, can be a significant bottleneck in the development process. NeoLoad, the core product offering from Neotys, the French performance testing tool developer, brings automation to the challenge. It has been one of the major IT transformation projects in »

Testing transformation project of the year — UST Global

Schroders, the £400 billion investment manager, chose UST to drive its Agile programme forward. It’s a project that illustrates how improved quality assurance and faster app delivery can help major financial firms compete with market disrupters on their own terms. For Melinda Chapple, the Singapore-based head of Schroders’ global quality assurance practice, Agile software development »

Vendor risk management provider of the year — CAST

New York-based, but founded by Frenchman Vincent Delaroche and quoted on the Euronext Exchange in Paris, CAST has established itself as the leader in the field of benchmarking the quality of software code. Around 10% of financial firms are using some sort of standard for benchmarking the quality of their code, reckons Lev Lesokhin, marketing »

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