If you aren’t familiar with Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Integrated Software Quality Suites (ISQS), yet you are looking for a test automation solution or would simply like to stay in the know, you’re in luck because Gartner just released its 2014 report and we at Telerik are happy to make it available for you.
For a second year in a row Telerik was positioned in the “Visionary” quadrant of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Integrated Software Quality Suites. Gartner has noted, "Visionary vendors generally have a focus on a particular part of the software quality process (for example, cloud, load/stress or functional automation). Look to this segment for the best chance to find disruptive innovation or support for new technologies, but recognize that the products may not be as polished and that the vendors, at times, will be stressed to support global enterprises because their sales teams and partnerships are less mature."
That said, we at Telerik would first like to take a moment to thank YOU, our loyal customers, partners and community. Without you driving us forward with your thoughtful feedback and ideas, we would not be where we are today.
So, where are we today?
Over the last year, the Test Studio team has focused our efforts to stay ahead of the many market trends Gartner cites – from increased adoption of agile development techniques to the accelerated pace of mobile computing. Four trends in particular are driving many of the Telerik Testing team development priorities:
We invite you to read what Gartner is saying about the testing market, as well as their review of Telerik test automation solutions. We’re making the full report available to everyone and you can download it by clicking the link below.
Read the Integrated Software Quality Suites (ISQS) Report
We also invite you to try Test Studio for yourself. You’ll be quickly up and running as the tool is intuitive and easy to use.
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