QA InfoTech Announces Top Trends in Software Quality for 2011

Software quality is expected and demanded by consumers now more than ever. In 2010, it became rare for any software company to skip quality assurance altogether. This upcoming year, quality will be integrated at earlier stages in the product development lifecycle, and metrics and test automation will play greater roles.

Noida, India, and Farmington Hills, MI, U.S.A. — January 12, 2011 — QA InfoTech, a 400-person independent quality assurance and software testing firm with five testing Centers of Excellence in the United States and India, today unveiled the top trends in software quality for 2011. Software quality is expected and demanded by consumers now more than ever. In 2010, it became rare for any software company to skip quality assurance altogether. This upcoming year, quality will be integrated at earlier stages in the product development lifecycle, and metrics and test automation will play greater roles.

“Software companies have had to dramatically change their approach to quality to create the more usable and higher quality products that consumers are now demanding,” said Mukesh Sharma, CEO of QA InfoTech Worldwide. “As a result, customers are more satisfied and satisfied customers mean greater revenue for software companies— everyone wins.”

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Established in 2003, with less than five testing experts, QA InfoTech has grown leaps and bounds with three QA Centers of Excellence globally; two of which are located in the hub of IT activity in India, Noida, and the other, our affiliate QA InfoTech Inc Michigan USA. In 2010 and 2011, QA InfoTech has been ranked in the top 100 places to work for in India.

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