London, Aug 26 (ANI/Business Wire India): Experimentus (www.experimentus.com), the software quality management consulting firm, announced that they have partnered with Edista Testing Institute (www.edistatesting.com), a 100 per cent subsidiary of QAI Global (www.qaiglobal.com) to implement TMMi (Test Maturity Model integrated) all across the Asia Pacific region.
TMMi is the de facto standard that organisations can use to measure and enable them to improve Testing and Quality related activities.
The partnership between ETI and Experimentus, offers access to accredited TMMi training and Assessments to QAI and ETI clients.
As a part of the alliance, Experimentus, using their team of accredited TMMi Foundation appraisers will offer a 1 day Overview Program on TMMi, a 3 day Program on TMMi, Assessment Services for TMMi. ETI will provide follow on consulting activities.
Experimentus, with it's accredited in house assessment method and consultants, has obtained global recognition for the work it has been doing with the Test Maturity Model integrated and has helped many organisations clearly understand their level of risk across the development lifecycle, reducing cost and improving software quality.
ETI is fully focused on Operational Excellence and Workforce Development with specific focus on Testing Organizations.
ETI Currently works with over 54+ and has trained over 3000+ professionals across India, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, UAE, UK and USA.
Julian Clarke, Director of Sales and Marketing at Experimentus, said, "We are delighted to be working with ETI and QAI to promote TMMi across the Asia-Pacific region.
Delivering IT projects to market on time and of an acceptable level of quality is even more paramount to the business in the current climate. Testing is all about Risk Mitigation, validating the level of quality achieved in development before a software application goes live.
The cost of rework, loss of benefit to a business as well as the potential damage to an organisation's brand can have significant commercial ramifications. This is even more so in today's "dog eat dog" environment. Therefore, ensuring that Testing is effective and efficient is a must for corporate survival."
Commenting on the partnership, Pradeep Chennavajhula, CEO of ETI said, "Testing is a critical function, and a growing business area for many IT service providesr in India.
Many of the Asian IT service providers, and Independent Testing service providers are in need of a structured framework for improving efficiency, and continuously improve their testing process. TMMi will play a crucial role in filling this gap. Just like CMMI for Software Engineering, TMMi will act as a key differentiator for winning large scale contracts with customers from UK and USA." (ANI)