Expleo has been positioned as a ‘Leader’ by IT and business services analyst firm, NelsonHall, in its 2021 NEAT evaluation for Quality Engineering. The evaluation recognises Expleo’s continued development of in-demand digital skills and marks its third consecutive year ranked as an overall leader.
The annual report from NelsonHall assesses 15 global service providers on performance across key competencies such as AI, cloud, quality engineering and security. The global software testing services market is valued currently at $36bn which NelsonHall predicts will grow by 3% in 2022.
In addition to being ranked as a leader in the overall evaluation, Expleo was positioned as a leader in the categories: AI & Cognitive Testing, Application Security Testing and Continuous Testing.
Rob McConnell, Director & Head of Advanced Global Solutions at Expleo said: “The software testing industry continues to evolve as organisations use more software and sophisticated technologies every day across all their operations. These factors, added with an unrelenting pace of change, mean that those using old methodologies and tools are wasting time and money testing the wrong things at the wrong time. Best practices are seeing software testing become more automated and integrated with Agile and DevOps delivery models, augmented by AI and machine learning technologies.”
Dominique Raviart, IT Services Practice Director at NelsonHall commented: “Expleo continues its automation journey, filling in the white spaces left by testing tools. The company has invested in continuous testing, DevOps, and AI to match demand for agile development and more focused testing. In AI, Expleo has a wealth of AI-based analytics for reducing the QA load while maximising coverage. This is well in line with client demand for reinventing testing.”
McConnell added: “The new technologies we’re adopting help limit a reliance on technical skills and reduce the pressure on those limited resources. With demand for those skills growing this creates one less headache for businesses.”
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