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TestWave added to CloudStore
July 7, 2014
Automation Consultants’ industry leading hosted test management solution TestWave, is now available in the CloudStore, the government marketplace for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS); Platform as a Service (PaaS); Software as a Service (SaaS); and Specialist Cloud Services (SCS).
TestWave manages testing and defects in IT projects, records test results, maps tests to requirements and releases and integrates with automated test tools. Designed for Linux, Mac OSX and Windows operating systems, TestWave runs inside Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer.
“Being part of the G-Cloud framework and having TestWave in the CloudStore means we can support government departments with their application development and deployment,” says Automation Consultants director, Francis Miers.
“TestWave stores all test data in the cloud which means test teams can work from wherever they’re based. We have 15 years of functional testing experience and used this to make TestWave intuitive, easy to use and the best tool it can be for application testing teams looking to effectively collaborate,” Miers continues.
“We already work with central government on a number of software lifecycle projects and our experts understand how important it is to increase application development efficiency and reduce associated project costs – TestWave enables teams from all over the world to commence testing at the press of a button and improve test efficiency by an estimated 20-30 per cent,” he concludes.
TestWave is priced from £10 per user per month and up to 11 users can trial the product for 30 days by clicking here.