Tuesday, September 28, 2010

MindTree launches MindTest methodology for improved predictability in software testing and quality management

BANGALORE, INDIA: MindTree Ltd, a global IT Solutions Company, today announced the launch of MindTest, an integrated test methodology for quality management.

The methodology integrates all the components of a testing engagement, manages the quality of testing, and delivers measurable and predictable software quality. MindTest encompasses delivery, domain, technologies, tools, training, frameworks, quality, and knowledge management to help customers achieve a higher level of test maturity and improve Return on Investment (ROI).

MindTest offers customers a metric-driven approach that provides a 360-degree view of software quality, quality of testing, test management, testing processes and test automation efficiency. These metrics enable effective quality management of the test effort, which can have substantial impact on the quality and integrity of the information resulting from the test efforts. In addition, the metrics can improve governance, project management, accuracy in estimates and transparency to the client.

“As software products, applications and features become increasingly similar, quality will be the key differentiator,” said Ananda Rao Ladi, Vice President and Head of the Testing Business Unit at MindTree. ”With MindTest, our customers will be better-equipped to assess and predict the quality of products and applications, resulting in improved decision making, reduced risk and savings in time and cost.

“Organizations recognize the importance of software to their competitive position but often struggle with the cost of software quality and testing. This is generally due to a lack of consistency and useful metrics,” said Thomas Murphy, Research Director with Gartner. “The increasing complexity of solutions, pace of change, and need to drive productivity is causing a search for best practices and repeatability to enable business-driven deployment decisions and sustainable agile solution development and delivery.”

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