|By Marketwired .||
|May 6, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
SAN MATEO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/06/14 -- Tricentis, a global leader in enterprise software testing solutions that accelerate business innovation, today announced its partnership with Mobile Labs, a leading provider of end-to-end mobile application testing solutions for the enterprise. The Tricentis-Mobile Labs partnership will enable the growing population of mobile users, estimated to be 2.1 billion according to a 2013 International Telecommunication Union (ITU) report, to enjoy a better mobile applications experience. The partnership means that mobile application developers can now leverage Tricentis Tosca Testsuite, a product which can automate up to 90% of test cases, with Mobile Labs' deviceConnect, the private mobile device cloud, which allows developers, testers and mobile engineers to securely access centrally managed mobile devices from remote locations anywhere across the globe for complete testing of mobile apps, websites and devices.
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The Tricentis-Mobile Labs partnership helps enterprises dramatically lower the cost of delivering high-quality mobile applications. The Tosca Testsuite changes the economics of testing and re-testing an entire application, even in an agile development environment. Mobile Labs' deviceConnect facilitates mobile device sharing for geographically dispersed mobile development and testing teams who require access to real mobile devices. The solution's location behind the corporate firewall allows enterprise IT to manage and make mobile testing assets remotely available while maintaining adherence to corporate security policies. This enables mobile application developers and testers to leverage the same devices for multiple applications, dramatically reducing device acquisition and management costs while keeping corporate data secure.
"With more than 2 billion mobile users, it's no wonder that developers are focused on creating efficiencies in the mobile application development process. The biggest challenge is that the mobile application development and testing process takes too long -- especially in an agile development environment where applications are constantly upgraded and need to be tested," stated Sandeep Johri, CEO, Tricentis. "The Tricentis and Mobile Labs solution allows customers to affordably and quickly conduct automated mobile app, web and device testing with new software releases more affordably, in substantially less time."
Mobile Labs is a leading provider of end-to-end mobile application testing solutions for the enterprise. Their deviceConnect solution, a private mobile device cloud, provides secure, remote access to and management of the entire inventory of test devices across major mobile platforms. deviceConnect supports both manual and automated mobile app, mobile web and mobile device testing on real smartphones and tablets without jailbreaking or rooting, and also enables mobile developers to securely access and manage devices remotely.
"Combining our solutions is a clear win for customers," said Don Addington, President and CEO of Mobile Labs. "It addresses big QA challenges including faster time-to-market and better software quality. In addition, customers can significantly reduce costs through higher productivity and more efficient use of devices across multiple testing centers. Further, the combination of Tosca Testsuite and deviceConnect gives mobile QA teams even greater flexibility to Test Their Way."
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About Mobile Labs
Mobile Labs provides enterprise-grade, next generation testing tools for mobile app testing, mobile device testing and mobile website testing. With a focus on security, agility and affordability, Mobile Labs' delivers solutions to help enterprises deploy quality cross-platform mobile apps efficiently. The company's on-premises, private mobile device cloud, deviceConnect, leverages patent-pending technology to provide highly secure access to and management of the entire inventory of test devices across major mobile platforms. Mobile Labs' solutions provide support for both manual and automated testing on real mobile devices without jailbreaking or rooting. For more information, please visit www.mobilelabsinc.com.
Tricentis provides the leading enterprise software testing solutions for Global 2000 companies to accelerate business innovation. Tricentis' unique model based testing automation approach to software testing enables enterprises to achieve unprecedented automation rates while minimizing business-related risks. Tricentis solutions empower organizations to systematically align software testing with business needs, so they can harness technology change while optimizing cost and efficiency. The company's more than 400 customers include global brands such as Allianz, BMW, Deutsche Bank, HBO, Orange, Siemens, Southwest, Swiss Re, and UBS. Tricentis also has the highest customer renewal rate in the industry, at more than 98 percent, and its industry awards include Best in Test 2013. Gartner recognizes Tricentis as a visionary in the recent 2013 Magic Quadrant for Integrated Software Quality Suites. A fast growing, privately held company, Tricentis has offices in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the UK, the Netherlands, the United States, Australia, and Singapore. To learn more, visit http://www.tricentis.com or Contact Sales or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
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