Speaking of which, we are excited to announce our upcoming monthly quizzes “QMetry’s Quiz Hour” where you will be able to participate online and test whether you are up to date with the latest and best practices.
QMetry is also geared up for the Atlassian Team Tour: Silicon Valley Edition taking place at San Jose on June 20. The theme is ‘The Future of IT’. Since the role of IT is no longer a support function but vital to the digital journey of an enterprise, IT teams across the world are part of the Agile transformation. The goal this year at Team Tour is to enable IT to truly take charge. And we at QMetry are excited to share our success stories and case studies of how our tools can make IT happen.
When it comes to digital transformation, the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) sector has seen a tremendous wave of digitization and disruption. In our latest blog post, we explore the new challenges that this paradigm represents. And how continuous quality can help mitigate some of the risks associated with a speedy delivery, especially considering that many banks are struggling with legacy software and tools.
Because when we talk of continuous deployment, faster go to market and meeting stakeholder expectations, QA can become a significant bottleneck if your processes and tools are not up to speed. Read more about this in our recent blog post on modernizing processes and tools.
Last but not the least, we are tickled to introduce our new friend QQBOT. Be prepared for some software testing insights and pearls of wisdom from this BOT that has seen it all. You will find QQBOT to be a regular on our social media channels and website with gems such as these:
“Customer attention and Attention to Customer, both are very important in today’s age for the success of any digital product – Think like an entertainer or even more like an entertainment company to become successful. Impressing customer during the first encounter is important but more important is giving them the reason to come back and use your product.
“A great example is what Starbucks has done in Shanghai. It partnered with Alibaba to create “an amusement park for coffee,” complete with in-store augmented reality features where consumers can learn about the roasting process and unlock virtual menus by pointing their phones at icons in the store.”
As always, we continue to send you quality updates via our newsletter and blog. For more resources, videos and insights into software testing, stay tuned to our blog.