It has been an exciting month for all of us at QMetry with some major product releases and a big announcement that we have been eagerly awaiting. We are happy to announce that we have signed a definitive agreement to raise series A funding through significant stake sale to Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division and Everstone Group. QMetry will leverage this new collaboration to extend our sales, marketing, product development and customer support initiatives.
We are also happy to welcome some new members to QMetry’s Board of Directors who bring expertise from diverse areas of business.
We officially welcome Harsh Nanda, Avnish Mehra, Suresh Vaswani, Pim and Pim Valantagul.
Harsh Nanda is a managing director in the Merchant Banking Division, focused on Technology and Tech-enabled services investments.
Avnish Mehra is a Senior Managing Director in the private equity business of Everstone Capital.
Suresh Vaswani is a highly reputed it services leader instrumental in building next generation IT businesses globally.
Pim Valantagul is a Vice President in the Merchant Banking Division of Goldman Sachs & Co, focusing on internet, technology, and technology-enabled services private equity investments.
This new investment enables us to fuel our market expansion and strengthen our commitment towards Continuous Testing for DevOps success.
Speaking of DevOps success stories, here’s a case study from the healthcare sector that shows the transformative power of continuous testing in DevOps. Find out how our client benefited from seamless integration, easy migration from legacy tools and automated test case documentation with our exploratory testing feature.
Continuous Testing is often the missing link in Healthcare organizations who have adopted DevOps. Read this blog post to understand how you can accelerate innovation in healthcare with DevOps and Continuous Testing.
We are also back with a fun, new edition of QMetry Quality Quiz, with a focus on software testing basics. Take this quiz and share it on social media to compare scores with your friends and peers.
Last but not least, some food for thought with QMetry Board member Rutesh Shah’s take on the role of community in the wider success of the business ecosystem. Read and Be the Change.