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Emerging Trends in Testing – conclusions from the 2013-2014 World Quality Report

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Makarand Teje, CapGemini Michael Cooper, HP Software
How does your company stack up to the industry in software quality and testing? For instance, did you know that, despite the rapid rise in mobile testing (from 31% in 2012 to 55% in 2013), close to half of respondents this year report that they still lack mobile testing experts?

Mark your calendar for a dynamic discussion with CapGemini and HP where we’ll share results from the World Quality Report. This report is the industry’s most comprehensive annual research study focused on insights about the latest trends and best practices in application quality assurance, testing methodologies, tools, and QA processes. The report is based on more than 1,500 telephone interviews with CIOs, CFOs, IT directors and managers and QA directors across 25 countries.

During this event you’ll hear actionable highlights of the findings on topics including:
•Testing in the cloud
•Mobility & security testing
•Managing Agile distributed testing organizations and testing CoEs
•Test automation
•Quality metrics
•Reporting

This insightful interview joins co-author of the World Quality Report, Makarand Teje, Senior Vice President, Applications Capgemini and Michael Cooper QA and Testing Evangelist, HP Software with host Kelly Emo, Director, applications product marketing and for HP Software.
Oct 2 2013
37 mins
Emerging Trends in Testing – conclusions from the 2013-2014 World Quality Report
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