MUMBAI, August 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Hexaware Technologies Limited, a leading global provider of IT, business process and consulting services, announced that analyst firm NelsonHall has identified Hexaware as a High Achiever in their NEAT vendor evaluation for Software Testing under Overall, Digital Focus, Efficiency Focus, and Transformation Focus market segments.
Aligned with the organization's 'Shrink IT. Grow Digital' strategy, the Testing Services unit (Branded as Digital Assurance) has a two-pronged strategy for growth. The first strategy focusses on identifying opportunities for automation to significantly reduce the QA (Quality Assurance) spend for testing applications on the traditional platforms by delivering 'Quality with Speed'. The second strategy focusses on assuring quality for digital transformation programs across verticals, by leveraging its Continuous Test Platform (CTP) that integrates multi-channel innovative accelerators, pre-built domain-centric test suites, service virtualization driven test environments and plug and play solutions.
"Hexaware is expanding its digital testing capabilities and investing in underlying automation. It also has a differentiated strategy for software testing IPs and accelerators," said Dominique Raviart, IT Services Practice Director for NelsonHall. "In the testing tool space, Hexaware systematically uses open source software or its own proprietary tools to provide an alternative to testing COTS but at a lower price," he added.
"This recognition by NelsonHall is very important for us and comes at the right time in our journey as we see a very positive response from clients for our innovative platforms like iD2E (Integrated Design to Execution) automation, FAME (framework for automated mobile testing) for multi-channel testing, quantifying usability of apps using our UMI (usability measurement index) model, automated Big Data testing, service virtualization and our innovations in on-demand performance engineering using the cloud and security testing solutions," said Tony Mohanty, Global Head, Digital Assurance, Hexaware Technologies. He further added, "Being just the 'right size', we have no fear of cannibalization as we aggressively expand the test automation coverage across our clients and demonstrate how our solutions can help our prospective clients save significantly on the QA spend and move away from an FTE based model to an output based pricing model."
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