QATestLab Awarded Foundation Certification by Testplant for Eggplant Functional
Kiev, Ukraine, February, 2018 — QATestLab, a provider of independent testing and QA services, successfully completed the Eggplant Functional Foundational Exam, proving its competency for professional use of Eggplant Functional.
Eggplant Functional is a test automation solution designed to test the true, end-to-end user experience on any device or technology, including web and mobile. Eggplant Functional Certificates prove that QATestLab test automation engineers are professional users of Testplant’s test automation software.
“Companies are looking for a reliable tool to ensure fast and viable testing. Eggplant Functional is one of such solutions. Being certified by Testplant, we are able to provide our customers from Europe and Israel with a professional implementation of Eggplant Functional,” commented Stan Burenko, Head of QATestLab Partner Program. “We are constantly developing our competence in the field of test automation, and certification by Testplant proves that.”
Testplant’s unique approach to testing — called Digital Automation Intelligence — is powered by its award-winning solutions, including Eggplant Functional. Instead of hooking into the code, Eggplant solutions test software from the true user perspective, not at the code level but as users would see and interact with it. Through these capabilities, test teams can create amazing digital experiences, while shrinking time to market and driving customer satisfaction and adoption.
QATestLab is an independent provider of QA and testing services. The company provides a full range of software testing services including test management, consulting, test documentation, and quality assurance.
Testplant provides user-centric, Digital Automation Intelligence solutions that enhance the quality and performance of the digital experience. Testplant enables organizations to test, monitor, analyze, and report on the quality and responsiveness of software applications across different interfaces, platforms, browsers, and devices, including mobile, IoT, desktop, and mainframe.