Tel Aviv—January 17, 2018—Ness, one of Israel’s leading IT services companies and Testim.io, the fastest growing provider of autonomous testing software, are joining forces today to help companies integrate testing into their CI/CD processes to reduce risk, speed up release cycles and ship higher quality software.
Ness has completed thousands of process management, BI & Analytics, software development and testing and QA projects for more than 500 organizations throughout Israel. Testim’s autonomous testing solutions are used by more than 100 global customers to automate UI testing for web and mobile software. Together, Ness and Testim.io offer customers a combined professional services and smart software solution to make software quality an organizational initiatives.
By joining forces, Ness and Testim.io will help customers accelerate their digital transformation journey achieving exceptional quality at reduced cost as well as better organizational collaboration.
“We are constantly looking for ways to help software delivery teams to release faster without compromising on quality,” says Omer Dror, Testing & Validation Business Division Manager for Ness . “Testim’s test stability and smart locations convinced us that together we can help customers gain more test coverage, accelerate their release cycles and improve productivity and time-to-market.”
On February 5, 2018 Ness and Testim invite software delivery professionals to participate in a free 1-Day conference located at Ness Headquarters in Tel Aviv.
About Ness Technologies
Ness is the leading IT services company in Israel. With more than 65 years of successful management experience, Ness helps its customers with the most complex IT projects.
Testim leverages machine learning for the authoring, execution and maintenance of automated test cases. We use dynamic locators and learn with every execution. The outcome is super fast authoring and stable tests that learn, thus eliminating the need to continually maintain tests with every code change. NetApp, Gett, Wix and others run over 300,000 tests using Testim every month.