nFocus selected as double finalists at The European Software Testing Awards 2016Last updated on: October 11, 2016, Author: R Sahota
Telford’s nFocus Testing, a testing services provider specialising in agile, automation and performance testing, has announced their selection as finalists in the Leading Vendor and Best Mobile Testing Project categories for the forthcoming European Software Testing Awards.
The Leading Vendor category was open to all software testing service, tool providers and Service Integrators. The Best Mobile Testing Project category was looking for the best use of technology and testing in a mobile testing project, and so we’re delighted again to be amongst a prestigious group of the best mobile testing projects in Europe.
nFocus’ Managing Director Phil Edwards explained, “Being selected as finalists in two categories by a panel of our peers is a proud moment for us. I want to say a huge thanks and congratulations to our team for helping us get this far, and will look forward to celebrating the success of our industry at the awards ceremony on 16 November”.
Judges are appointed based on their extensive experience in the software testing and QA field. These seasoned professionals, all of whom currently hold senior management roles guarantee that each entry is judged fairly and accurately.
Cecilia Rehn, Chair of the judging panel and Editor of Test Magazine had this to say, “Congratulations to nFocus Testing for making the finalist shortlist in The European Software Testing Awards 2016. This year has seen more high calibre entries than ever before and it is a fantastic achievement to be recognised by a jury of senior software testing and QA professionals.”
The Awards body explain, “This stringent process means that each winner of an award has done so based purely on merit. So regardless of company size, budget, customer base, market share, influence, vendor, academic, end user, consultant or otherwise; The European Software Testing Awards truly is an independent awards programme that recognises and rewards outstanding achievement.”