LogiGear Expands Partner Reseller Program
March 06, 2017

LogiGear is expanding its Partner Reseller Program by becoming strategic partners with GMO Alliance, Mobile Labs and SEP Technology Consulting (SEPTech).

LogiGear’s software testing technologies and software development services will be further strengthened and made available to more markets with the on boarding of these new partners.

LogiGear’s Partner Reseller Program’s goal is to expand the reach of its services and solutions, including TestArchitect, its proprietary test automation platform. The company has also hired Lina Parness, seasoned expert in managing partnerships and alliances, as its new Partner Manager. Parness is responsible for overseeing the program and managing partner relations. Prior to joining LogiGear, Parness was leading the alliances and partnerships program at Redis Labs, a software company based in San Francisco, Calif.

"We are thrilled to welcome Lina and shake hands with GMO Alliance, Mobile Labs and SEPTech," said Hung Nguyen, CEO of LogiGear. "As the software development and testing industry is continuously evolving, we strive to provide the best quality service to our customers with strategic alliances. Our strong ecosystem of partners makes it possible to help our customers achieve their goals efficiently and we continue to be open to partnerships that are a good fit for the company".

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