The awards season goes on. This time we have been recognized by the international community for our QA expertise and nominated as a finalist in the prestigious European Software Testing Awards 2020.
We all know the commonplace truth that you should never underestimate the role of QA services. No matter how experienced your app developers may be, there is always room for bugs and glitches, and here’s when our QA teams come into play.
Let us not pretend — Qulix Systems was immensely proud to receive recognition on the international level, after years of efficient work in the QA domain and hundreds of successful testing projects.
We’ve received the Finalist Certificate in the category of the Best Overall Testing Project – Finance for our fruitful cooperation with OTP Bank. Since we develop fintech and banking software ourselves, we know all the tricky parts of this process, most common vulnerabilities and where something can go wrong.
The project was far from being a piece of cake, while testing banking solutions is never easy and always rich in challenges. Yet, we successfully managed through thanks to the close and effective cooperation with our partners from the bank. And we surely congratulate our team as well as OTP Bank on this bilateral achievement.
All votes have been cast, and we’re looking forward to the awards night. Wish us all best luck at the upcoming awards ceremony in January.
About the European Software Testing Awards
The European Software Testing Awards (TESTA) is an independent awards programme managed by judges with extensive experience in software testing and QA. This cannot but secure that entries are considered on a fair and accurate basis by seasoned professionals.
What is more, the organization makes sure that the judging process remains anonymous by removing all identifiable names, brands or products from the text of the application before submitting it to judges for consideration. This creates favorable conditions for any company to receive recognition, regardless of its size, market share, influence, etc. All that matters is the participant’s pure merits and outstanding achievements.