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QA Mentor acquires Zado, Indian software testing company

6 September 2017
New York city-based software testing vendor, QA Mentor, acquires specialist in conversion of manual to automated testing resources.

Rusland Desyatnikov, CEO and founder of QA Mentor, said Zado Infotech's Z-Automate technology can convert manual resources to automated script by individuals without any programming experience or knowledge.

Desyatnikov said: “This unique script-less framework with an easy spreadsheet interface for test suite configuration and development will allow manual testers to convert manual regression test cases into automation scripts with 40% efficiency compared to regular automation frameworks."

The acquisition will expand QA Mentor's international presence and in particular the Asian IT market, he added. “I believe that the combined effort and expertise of our companies will lead to rapidly improving our position on the global QA market in addition to further broadening the spectrum of services we provide for our customers as well as enhancing the quality,” Desyatnikov said.

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