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    Digital Transformation Provider eInfochips teams with Tricentis

     

    eInfochips (an Arrow Electronics company) announced on 25th March that the company has partnered with Tricentis to assist firms to stimulate their digital transformation by delivering AI-enabled, automated testing services. The partnership will also facilitate both companies to attain a vast set of new clients.

    About eInfochips

    eInfochips is one of the leading providers of digital transformation and product engineering services. With expertise across AI/ML, test automation, cloud, IoT, and device engineering the company stimulates processes and reduces time to market for its clients. It is trusted by various top companies, comprising Gartner, Nasscom, ISG, Zinnov, and others.

    “This alliance will further strengthen our portfolio of quality engineering services,” said Parag Mehta, chief business development officer. “eInfochips’ extensive experience in product and IoT testing coupled with Tricentis’ AI-enabled, automated, continuous testing tools will enable our customers to achieve higher software quality at lower cost and in shorter time.”

    With this partnership, clients will now have access to qTest and Tricentis Tosca.

    • Tosca – It is a leading Continuous Testing platform that stimulates testing with an AI-based, script-less, no-code strategy for end-to-end test automation. With the support of around 160-plus enterprise applications and technologies, Tosca provides test automation for any use case.
    • qTest – It provides a suite of Agile testing tools formulated to enhance efficiency and assure alliance across teams.

    “With the accelerated rate of business transformation, the ability to adapt to a fast-moving, ever-changing business environment is a key differentiator. Our alliance with eInfochips addresses just this need. Together, we are ideally positioned to help clients accelerate their product and software development journey with a simplified and flexible approach to testing,” said Chaim Frenkel, senior director of strategic alliances at Tricentis.

    eInfochips, using their automation professionals and certified practitioners, will now deliver Tosca and qTest consulting, execution, and other managing services. Customers from the medical, telecom, industrial sectors can formulate tests rapidly with Model-based Test Automation (MBTA) approach and can effortlessly integrate testing into DevOps and Agile workflows, and enhance all-around quality.

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