Webinar: Be Certain Your Software is Free of Critical Issues

Is Your Website or Connected Application Losing You Money?

The demand for ever shorter software development cycles and the almost daily increase in platform, device or browser permutations and revisions means the time-pressure on traditional in-house testing teams to undertake adequate testing is at breaking point.  Nobody wants to adopt the ‘Push & Pray’ philosophy, but what’s the solution?

WEBINAR: Be Certain Your Software is Free of Critical Issues

Join T&VS and partner BugFinders in this live webinar that will explore how Crowdsourced software testing can fit into your existing processes to help you “Be Certain” that your next software release has been adequately tested and is free of business critical bugs.

  • Date: Wednesday 29th March, 2017
  • Time: 4.00pm (BST)
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Cost: FREE
  • Q&A Session: YES

Imagine hundreds of experienced, professional testers around the world discovering and highlighting issues across your applications, on all of the devices your customers use and reporting these in real time as part of your T&VS managed testing service.  Helping to protect your bottom-line, increase customer satisfaction while reducing the risk of damaging your brand.

  • Access to 55,000 professional testers in 145 countries
  • 90 man-days of testing performed in 72 hours
  • Drive down test time while increasing test coverage
  • Reduce test costs and improve test quality

Registration

Join Bryon and Dan Berry on the 29th of March to explore some of the benefits of Crowdtesting – and have your questions ready!

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About the Presenters

Bryon Lowen
T&VS – Management Test Consultant

Bryon is a senior test professional with over 18 years experience in the high-tech sector and has an excellent knowledge of network infrastructure and IT applications.

Dan Berry
Bugfinders – Commercial Director

BugFinders is a worldwide leading crowdsourced software testing company with access to a community of over 55,000 professional software testers.