Tricentis, a premier platform for modern cloud and business apps is acquiring companies at a rapid pace. It bought Neotys, a performance testing company, last year. The company announced earlier this month that it had acquired UI-testing startup Testim, and now it has added Tx3 Services to its portfolio. Tx3’s specialist capabilities will be used to boost the company’s position in the life sciences industry.
Tx3 concentrates on a specific vertical: healthcare and life science enterprises, unlike some other testing providers. It offers customers a solution that is specially tailored to their compliance and auditing needs. The company provides a DevOps platform that enables health sciences organizations to comply with FDA standards regarding electronic records and signatures.
“Tricentis is already helping thousands of organizations produce high-quality software more quickly and efficiently,” said Kevin Thompson, chairman, and CEO of Tricentis. “And by combining our robust portfolio of software testing products with Tx3’s specialized digital validation platform, Tricentis will provide an incredibly comprehensive and powerful solution specifically for life sciences and healthcare organizations looking to advance their digital transformation journey.”
With Tricentis’ robust portfolio of software testing products and Tx3’s specialized digital validation platform the company will be able to provide an incredibly comprehensive and powerful solution for life sciences and healthcare organizations looking to advance their digital transformation journey.