SOASTA Launches Mobile Services Division
SOASTA®, Inc., the leader in cloud and mobile testing, today announced the launch of its Mobile Services Division (MSD) to help companies deliver the highest quality user experience for their mobile and web apps. SOASTA's MSD, headed by mobile testing and big-data industry veteran Mahesh Gidwani, focuses on helping its customers build and manage mobile test labs by combining SOASTA's best practices and proven test methodologies to ensure successful mobile application delivery using the company's CloudTest, TouchTest, and mPulse products.
In addition to SOASTA's own MSD, SOASTA is also introducing a Mobile Test Automation Network made up of mobile test professionals from around the world that will be accredited to deliver SOASTA's mobile test methodologies. Joining this network today are partners focused on Mobile Test Automation including ProtoTest, Total Performance Consulting and Utopia Solutions, that extend SOASTA's services reach to clients across geographies and industry verticals.
“The explosion of mobile development has created a capability gap in the services market that SOASTA uniquely fills with our elite team of experts and partners who have pioneered mobile test automation and cloud testing,” said Tom Lounibos, SOASTA CEO. “We launched the SOASTA Mobile Services Division after our customers told us that they often lacked the expertise to implement and execute effective mobile and cloud-based testing strategies.”
“As enterprises struggle to match the pace of consumer demand via mobile and web properties, they are finding it hard to adapt their quality processes,” said Tom Murphy, Gartner Research Director. “Gartner sees the growth and expansion of specialized professional services as a natural response to the market need.”
The new Mobile Services offered by SOASTA span strategy, methodology, accreditation, implementation and ad-hoc services focused on:
- Mobile Test Automation Architects (On-Demand, On-Premise)
- Mobile Test Automation Experts (On-Demand, On-Premise)
- Mobile Performance Engineers (On-Demand, On-Premise)
- Continuous Integration Test Methodologies
- Building and Management Services for Internal and External Mobile Application Test Labs
- Mobile App Testing Accreditation
"The demand for mobile testing expertise, coupled with the compression of delivery cycles, drives growth for our specialized services," said Lee Barnes, the founder and CTO of Utopia Solutions. “With this expansion, joint SOASTA and Utopia customers will experience rapid return and expert guidance of seasoned mobile testing experts resulting in the highest quality mobile apps to their end-users.”
“I'm excited to be leading the charge into mobile test services for SOASTA,” said Mahesh Gidwani, SOASTA's new VP, Professional Services. “SOASTA is excited match our product innovations with equally innovative services that help our customers with mobile automation.”
Pricing and Availability
SOASTA Services are available today and include: Mobile Testing Strategy Services, Methodology Workshops, On-Demand Cloud Testing, Product Training and Implementation Services. For more information contact us.
SOASTA is the leader in cloud and mobile testing. Its web and mobile test automation solution, CloudTest, enables developers, QA professionals and IT operations teams to test with unprecedented speed, scale and precision. The innovative product set streamlines test creation, automates provisioning and execution, and distills analytics to deliver actionable intelligence faster. With SOASTA, companies can have confidence that their applications will perform as designed, even in peak traffic. SOASTA's customers include many of today's most successful brands including American Girl, Chegg, Gilt Groupe, Hallmark, Intuit, Microsoft and Netflix. SOASTA is privately held and headquartered in Mountain View, Calif. For more information about SOASTA, please visit www.soasta.com.
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