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Tuesday, 26 July 2011 04:52


Testhouse Commences Operations from Technopark


Testhouse, a leading software testing and QA service provider, has shifted its facility in India, to the Technopark campus. Located in the M-Squared building, this office will be responsible for Testhouse's activities in India and the Middle East Region. The new facility will also serve as the offshore arm for the global operations of Testhouse, which is headquartered in London, and has operations in North America, Central and Southern Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.


The office of Testhouse in Technopark was inaugurated by Mr. Mike Nithavrianakis, the Deputy high commissioner at the British Deputy High commission, today at 4pm. The other dignitaries present for the function included Mr. Mervin Alexander (CEO of Technopark), CEOs and IT leaders from other companies in Technopark and well wishers.




"We are seeing an increasing opportunity arising from the trend towards independent third-party testing, where customers prefer to focus on their core activity, while outsourcing the testing function to a specialist. In addition to the offshore work from our global operations, we expect a lot of inflow of work from the domestic market and also from the Middle East. We are confident our new facility within Technopark will help us serve our customers better through higher levels of productivity, whilst giving employees  opportunities for personal growth and achievement", says Vijay Kumar, CEO of Testhouse India.


The company has domain expertise in Banking & Finance, Government, Education, Retail and Telecom verticals, and customers include Barclays Bank, BMI Airlines, Dubai Municipality, Transport for London etc. Testhouse also have partnerships with leading tools providers and is a Gold Partner of Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 July 2011 05:00
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