QASymphony reports record year thanks to “exceptional” market demand

Software testing solution provider QASymphony has completed a record 2017, as it reports an annual revenue growth of 113% and an expanding financial services client base

QASymphony, the Atlanta-based specialist in software testing solutions, has completed a record 2017 with annual revenue growth up 113%. The company has also grown its customer base by 33%, with financial services making up 20% of new business.

Dave Keil, QASymphony CEO, said: “Exceptional market demand from global enterprises led us to significantly exceed our growth goals in 2017. An increasing number of large organisations have adopted our qTest platform as a modern, enterprise-grade alternative to dated legacy solutions that no longer met their needs. These organizations face increasing pressure to deliver higher quality software faster.”

The company has also announced that it plans to “invest and expand” over the next three years while a primary competitor, Micro Focus (formerly known as HP Quality Center), announced plans to “rationalize and stabilize” its portfolio.

In 2017, the testing specialist also announced the creation of the an Innovation Advisory Board composed of enterprise technology leaders, including: Zubin Irani, CEO and Founder of cPrime, an Atlassian partner; Hartley Caldwell, Head of Debit and STAR Technology at First Data Corporation; Israeli Ben-Ashai, former telecom and software tech leader; and Todd Joseph, Interim CTO for Insight Venture Partners portfolio companies and former Microsoft technology executive. The Board aims to strengthen QASymphony’s competitive advantage and support rapid product innovation, the company said.

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