Software Development Times, most known as SDTimes has recognized TestingWhiz™ as part of most modern and agile testing tools available in the market. The article features TestingWhiz next to other leading tools such as Neotys Neo Load, HP, Borland and IBM tool sets. TestingWhiz™ is an innovative test automation solution from Cygnet Infotech a provider of Enterprise IT Solutions and Consulting services to customers worldwide. This recognizes the innovation and disruptive technologies Cygnet Infotech can push forward into today’s ever changing market.
On this occasion we spoke to the team at Cygnet and they were pretty excited about this achievement as it highlights the 14 Years of technology leadership that Cygnet is known for it’s Enterprise Software Quality Assurance and Testing Services that covers open source and commercial tools both alike.
TestingWhiz™ is available with two license alternatives a free, Community Version for small teams and an Enterprise Version for large integrated teams that wishes to get the best out of their test automation. More information about the tool and it’s features can be found on www.testing-whiz.com
About Cygnet Infotech:
Cygnet Infotech is a multinational IT Services and Enterprise Solutions provider with operations across Cape Town-South Africa, New Jersey-USA, India and Sydney-Australia, Cygnet supports 250+ clients in 28 countries. With more than 500+ talented and experienced employees globally, it offers in-depth experience across a number of technologies and industry domains and have delivered 300+ projects successfully.
Cygnet’s customer cover diverse industries such as Manufacturing, Construction, Retail, Media, Telecom, Healthcare, Insurance, Banking and Financial Services. With over 14+ years of experience.
The main services and offerings are:-
- Software Development & Application Lifecycle Management Services
- Enterprise Mobility Solutions
- Software Quality Assurance & Testing
- Business Intelligence & Enterprise Data-Warehousing
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