Magic Software Enterprises and QualiTest Team Up

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QualiTest Group, a global leader in Quality Assurance (QA) and Software Testing announced that it has teamed with Magic Software Enterprises Ltd., a global provider of software platforms for enterprise mobility, cloud applications, and business integration, to deliver attractive and cost-effective manual and automated QA and testing services for the many companies that use Magic's application platform.


QualiTest's thorough and scalable testing practice delivers an easy-to-implement approach that is sure to reduce the overhead associated with QA and testing of large scale software efforts. QualiTest's technical knowledge and hands on experience collaborating with Magic on a number of joint development and testing projects enabled it to develop a custom testing practice for testing Magic applications manually and automatically with a reusable test automation framework utilizing market standard test automation tools. Knowing what and how to test as well as how to quickly automate tests enables testing efforts to get going quickly and deliver value almost instantly. Magic and QualiTest now offer a complete suite of services to all Magic xpa users including developers and testers.


Neri Lavi, QualiTest VP of Services stated, "We are proud to partner with a leading and innovative company such as Magic. This partnership is an expression of QualiTest's strategy to establish testing practices around niche software products and platforms of leading software companies." 


Regev Yativ, President and CEO of Magic Software Enterprise Americas said, "We are very happy to partner with QualiTest. With the push for shorter release cycles and quality improvement, QualiTest's testing practice, based on a deep understanding of our technology platform, offers a real advantage to our customers. This partnership enables us to offer the accelerated testing service the market has been asking for."