Brickendon Consulting has been nominated as a finalist in the European software testing awards for the fourth year running. This time in the best overall testing project, finance, category.
Brickendon, which has recently expanded its operations to New York, won the nomination for a project which reduced the test run-rate of a new eCommerce platform rollout to just three-to-five days, from as much as three weeks. It also cut costs by as much as 95 per cent, saving the client an initial £15.3 million, with further savings expected.
The Canary Wharf-based firm has a highly-skilled testing team, which operates within some of the largest global banks. With innovation and talent at its core, the team has introduced many new ideas and techniques to help clients save considerable amounts of time and money and improve the effectiveness of the end product.
“We are delighted that our hard work and dedication has paid off and that our ground-breaking techniques have been recognised,” said Nathan Snyder, head of the testing practice at Brickendon. “This project has saved the client considerable amounts of time and money and is something that could be replicated in other organisations.”
Cecilia Rehn, chair of the awards’ judging panel, said: “The European Software Testing Awards programme continues to grow each and every year and true to form this year we’ve had a 25 per cent increase in entries.”