Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 30, 2007
TESTCo, the benchmark in locally managed offshore testing, today announced record results for the first half of 2007. Year-to-date sales for the first half of the year put the company on track to double revenue for the second year in a row.
These results demonstrate the overall market growth in outsourced software testing as well as TESTCo's success in finding, selecting, and managing offshore teams.
Industry analysts continue to realize that offshore software testing services are no longer about cost, but have become a way for companies to gain access to experienced talent and flexibility in a tight employment market.
A recent report by PriceWaterhouseCoopers, entitled 'Outsourcing comes of Age: The Rise of Collaborative Partnering' shows that service providers and their customers are shifting from traditional business models and moving towards collaborative partnerships.
In addition to the strong financial performance, TESTCo first half highlights include:
- Expansion of the QA Team - James Wang, recently VP of Engineering at TriActive, joined TESTCo as a Senior QA Manager.
- Addition of case studies - TESTCo captured its recent success in testing an SAP integration with Acorn Systems with a new case study highlighting the companies' partnership.
- Hosting of Quarterly Customer Meeting - TESTCo will once again host its renown quarterly meeting for its valued customers. This event will include Jim Ford, CEO of Guard-IT, who will be speaking about software escrow services.
"The offshore software testing space has really heated up," said Jeff Hotz, TESTCo CEO. "We believe our proven ability to innovate by listening to our customer needs is not only propelling our growth, but is also a driving force in our overall expansion in Austin."
For more information about how TESTCo finds and manages offshore software testing teams, download the report, "How To Get Started With Offshore Software Testing".
TESTCo customers eliminate software testing problems, slash support costs by up to 50% and achieve their release date commitments ... all without the risk of hunting down the best offshore vendor, the pain and frustration of learning how to properly manage them and the unpredictable results so common with most offshore vendors.