QualiTest Group Joins the Vendor Forum
April 24, 2017
Pete Goldin

Ayal Zylberman, CEO and Founder of QualiTest Group, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Zylberman is a veteran in the field of software testing, specializing in various industries such as military, billing systems, network management, networking, and telephony since 1995. With a passion for quality, he is committed to spreading global practices, such as Keyword Driven Testing, Scrum Based Testing, and more, among QA teams in leading organizations. With numerous published articles and an active lecture schedule, Zylberman is recognized as an expert in the field of quality assurance and testing services worldwide. He holds a B.A. in Accounting and Economics from the Tel-Aviv University, Israel and an M.A. in Economics from Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

QualiTest is a pure play software testing and quality assurance specialist. QualiTest designs and delivers solutions that leverage deep industry-specific understanding with cutting-edge, testing technology. QualiTest offers a wide range of personalized testing solutions with years of expertise in the technology, telecom, healthcare, finance, defense, media, utilities and retail industries. With offices in the US, UK, Israel and India, the company serves over 500 customers and employs over 2,800 experienced professionals worldwide. QualiTest is backed by majority equity holder, Marlin Equity Partners, since 2016.

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