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Wipro Limited announced a partnership with Tricentis. This will strengthen Wipro’s Quality Engineering and Testing Services capabilities by integrating Tricentis Tosca, a continuous testing platform, with Wipro AssureNXT, a managed services QA platform combined with the capabilities of Wipro HOLMES Artificial Intelligence Platform as a part of the broader automaton ecosystem.
The Wipro - Tricentis partnership will enable clients to successfully achieve their business outcomes in today’s digital landscape by enabling continuous integration, delivery and in turn, DevOps. The joint offering will also help improve time-to-market and quality by augmenting end-to-end automation across the software testing lifecycle.
“We believe that clients will see this partnership as a game changer as the two prominent leaders in the industry get together to create a truly disruptive proposition for continuous testing. It will help them drive speed in their business while bringing effectiveness and experience to their automation journey through the powerful combination of Wipro AssureNXT, Wipro HOLMES and Tricentis Tosca,” said Hiral Chandrana, SVP, Business Application Services, Wipro Limited.
“As organizations increasingly adopt transformation initiatives, such as DevOps, the reliance on legacy testing tools and approaches are holding organizations back, throttling the speed of innovation,” said Sandeep Johri, CEO of Tricentis. “Software development has evolved dramatically in the shift from waterfall processes to Continuous Delivery pipelines. Software testing must also change in order to control business risks in a faster, more flexible manner.”
Along with the partnership agreement, Wipro Ventures, the strategic investment arm of Wipro Limited, has made an investment in Tricentis, as part of their most recent funding round.