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Presentation tile: NexGen Testing - Enterprise Test Service Delivery Platform Integrating Design, CI and TestOps Presentation: 9.45 – 10.45 AM 7 May

Businesses are no longer competing with individual products or services. Customer experience and value are the buzzwords in today’s connected world. Agile and rapidly evolving testing and QA practices are vital to deliver high-quality products and services and to enhance user experience across multiple channels.

To address these specialized QA needs, enterprise test service delivery should follow a model that enables seamless integration of silos across business processes, technologies, governance, automated infrastructure deployment, data analytics, tools/ frameworks and maximizes interaction between various stakeholders.

Mindtree’s Nishcal Varun, Director-Testing, and Muralidhar Yalla, Sr. Test Automation Architect, will be presenting an interesting session on NexGen Testing - Enterprise Test Service Delivery Platform (Integrating Design, CI and Test Ops) on 7 May, 9.45 – 10.45 am, at STAREAST.

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Key takeaways of the session:

  1. How to automate testing delivery across the enterprise; accelerate through model based testing and integrate with cloud based Test environment provisioning.
  2. SaaS-ification of test automation services (MaaS - Mindtree anytime anywhere services)
  3. Accelerating digital testing by deploying UILite ( Mindtree’s digital test accelerator)

We will be exhibiting at Booth # 1. Don’t miss the demos by our experts on Mindtree’s completely configurable, modularized, and easily scalable enterprise test service delivery platform - the Dynamic Test Engineering Platform (DTEP) and UILite, Mindtree’s digital test accelerator.

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