QualiTest, the world’s largest independent software testing company, has signed a collaboration agreement with DeepCoding, a VC backed AI start-up to develop the Test Predictor, a revolutionary AI testing tool that will become part of DeepCoding offering. The agreement includes the worldwide distribution rights for DeepCoding IT Delivery Intelligence Platform as well.
The Test Predictor is a cutting-edge AI based tool, designed for test professionals and IT managers around the world, and developed through an understanding of the needs and challenges that exist today in the testing world. This is why both companies have established a joint team of testing and AI experts, to develop a dedicated solution for improving work processes and decision-making in the field of quality engineering.
The Test Predictor will help test professionals and IT managers to make an informed decision, based on facts and data. The Test Predictor is capable of predicting software quality issues over different versions during development processes, as well as optimizing test runs (both manual and automated). Thus reducing development time and significantly reducing development costs. The AI tool is integrated with existing testing tools, significantly increasing the velocity of testing throughput and enable organisation to undertake large-scale Agile and DevOps initiatives on their own.
Two deployments of the test predictors have been finalized with Fortune 1000 companies in the US and in the UK.
“As AI continues to grow within markets globally, we are excited for the opportunity to expand QualiTest’s solutions offering and further establish ourselves as an industry leading player. We are excited to begin our partnership with Deepcoding and delivering a new and innovative solution – TestPredictor” said Aviram Shotten, Chief Knowledge and Innovation Officer at QualiTest. “This partnership is the first of many AI integrations we anticipate delivering for our customers as the AI industry continues to expand and as QualiTest broadens its global presence.”