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ROQ Recognised in 20 Leading Testing Providers of 2017

ROQ is delighted to have been recognised as one of the 20 Leading Testing Providers of 2017. This has been compiled and published in the latest edition of TEST Magazine and features the best products and services in the sector of software testing and quality assurance from around the world.

This prestigious list was established by TEST Magazine due to the need for a reliable and up to date guide of the world of testing and QA, as the sector experiences dynamic changes each year. They wrote “The software testing landscape changes rapidly, and we find that an annual update on the marketplace is a good starting place as you consider purchase decisions going forward.”

This recognition follows on from ROQ being recently cited as the only UK-based, pure-play provider in both Gartner’s ‘Mobile Application Testing Vendor Landscape for 2017’ and Forrester’s ‘DevOps, Continuous Development, and Continuous Integration in 2017’, which is testament to the success ROQ has achieved as it continues to pioneer within the software testing market, driving out much needed advancements within the sector.

Co-founder and Director of ROQ, Mark Bargh, said: “With emerging technologies and ever-increasing user expectations, software that works the first time around is more important than ever. ROQ works closely with its clients to put quality at the heart of the solution – enabling faster and more effective delivery whilst ensuring success for their digital transformation programmes.”

ROQ is delivering a Keynote speech at TestExpo in October in which Ian Smith, Head of Innovation at ROQ, will talk about Artificial Intelligence and quality – and how it will potentially influence and shape the test teams of the future. This will be an exciting opportunity for ROQ to collaborate with the wider testing community and discuss how the technology of tomorrow will impact on their businesses. We look forward to meeting up with fellow test professionals at the event and hearing their opinions on the challenges facing testing over the coming years.

 

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