Technisource, a US provider of technology software consulting services, has joined Worksoft’s Alliance Programme as a system integrator.
Worksoft, itself a provider of next-generation automated software testing solutions, said that that the alliance will enable it to use more than 300 consultants and expertise in their quality and testing services practice.
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As part of the terms of the deal, Technisource will assist in deploying, and supporting Worksoft’s flagship automated software testing solution, Certify. Certify is platform and tool independent, enabling companies with environments to test business processes end to end.
As a certified Worksoft Alliance Partner, Technisource will be able to deliver consulting services using Certify, based on the product’s design that enables business analysts to automate their testing without requiring technical programming skills.
“We are pleased to join the Worksoft Alliance Programme. As a strategic partner, Technisource will be able to deliver high-value testing services to further help our joint customers mitigate their risk and ensure that their applications work right from the very beginning,” said Glen Noesen, director of quality and testing services at Technisource.
Michael Norwood, vice-president of Business Development at Worksoft added: “With the combined expertise of Technisource’s proven methodology and Worksoft’s industry-leading testing software, our customers can optimise their business process quality, accelerate initial deployments and upgrades, and lower the total cost of ownership of their mission critical applications.”