News Article | April 20, 2017
Orbis Research has added Report on "Global Software Testing Services Market 2016-2020" to its Database.Dallas, United States - April 20, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ — Research Analyst predicts the Global Software Testing Services Market to Grow at a CAGR of Close To 11% During The Forecast Period. One of the key drivers for the growth of the market is the growing popularity of crowd sourced testing. Crowdsourcing is a collective effort from people working in different locations on a single online project. Crowd sourced testing has gained immense popularity over the years because it is the only testing process that offers real-time feedback on product development, provide insights about the quality of the product, and helps tester detect bugs and defects over the software testing life cycle. Download PDF Sample of Software Testing Services Market@ http://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/201830 Industry-specific testing services offerings is another significant trend that is envisaged to propel the growth of the software testing services market during the forecast period. Recent developments have driven companies to align testing services into vertical specializations, which has gained popularity over the years. For instance, Infosys, one of the key players in the global software development market, offers testing services through various specialized practices, such as healthcare, insurance, and retail validation and testing practice. Product segmentation and analysis of the software testing services market • Application testing services • Product testing services Browse Full Report with TOC: http://www.orbisresearch.com/reports/index/global-software-testing-services-market-2016-2020 At present, the application testing services segment dominates the software testing services market, with a market share of over 88%. The growth of this segment is projected to continue over the next five years due to an increase in application verticalization specific to a concentrated user base. The growing consumerization of IT has encouraged companies to develop versatile applications to strengthen their presence and engage customers. Segmentation by end-users and analysis of the software testing services market • BFSI • Financial services • Media • Telecommunications • Others Place Purchase Order for this Report@ http://www.orbisresearch.com/contact/purchase/201830 In 2015, the financial services sector led the market with more than 34% of the total market share. Almost all the financial application development and maintenance requires a high degree of testing services throughout the software development lifecycle. Intense competition among global leaders and the shift to specialized services are pushing financial institutions to seek for enterprise-grade testing services. Competitive landscape and key vendors The presence of a large number of providers has driven the software testing services market to grow tremendously over the years. Companies are forging partnerships with niche players to improve their software tool packages and enhance ongoing innovations. The market in North America is dominated by IBM, Accenture, and Cognizant, whereas Capgemini, TCS, Wipro, and Infosys hold strong positions in EMEA and APAC. The top vendors in the market are - • Accenture • Capgemini • IBM • Wipro Other prominent vendors in the market include Atos, Cigniti, Cognizant, CSC, Deloitte, Gallop Solutions, Hexaware, HP, Infosys, NTT Data, QualiTest Group, SQS, Steria, TCS, Tech Mahindra, and UST Global. Key questions answered in the report include • What will the market size and the growth rate be in 2020? • What are the key factors driving the global software testing services market? • What are the key market trends impacting the growth of the global software testing services market? • What are the challenges to market growth? • Who are the key vendors in this market space? • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the global software testing services market? • Trending factors influencing the market shares of the Americas, APAC, and EMEA. • What are the key outcomes of the five forces analysis of the global software testing services market? Companies Mentioned: Accenture, Capgemini, IBM, Wipro, Atos, Cigniti, Cognizant, CSC, Deloitte, Gallop Solutions, Hexaware, HP, Infosys, NTT Data, QualiTest Group, SQS, Steria, TCS, Tech Mahindra, , UST Global. Table of Content: PART 01:Executive summary PART 02:Scope of the report PART 03:Market research methodology PART 04:Introduction PART 05:Market landscape PART 06:Market segmentation by application PART 07:Market segmentation by end-user PART 08:Geographical segmentation PART 09:Market drivers PART 10:Impact of drivers PART 11:Market challenges PART 12:Impact of drivers and challenges PART 13:Market trends PART 14:Vendor landscape PART 15:Key vendor analysis PART 16:Appendix List of Exhibits Exhibit 01:Product offerings6 Exhibit 02:Waterfall model of software testing life cycle Exhibit 03:Global software testing market 2015-2020 ($ billions) Exhibit 04:Five forces analysis Exhibit 05:Segmentation of global software testing services market 2015 Exhibit 06:Segmentation of global software testing services market 2015-2020 Exhibit 07:Global application testing services market 2015-2020 ($ billions) Exhibit 08:Global product testing services market 2015-2020 ($ billions) Exhibit 09:Segmentation of global software testing services market by end-user 2015 Exhibit 10:Geographical segmentation of software testing services market 2015 Exhibit 11:Geographical segmentation of global software testing services 2015-2020 ($ billions) Exhibit 12:Software testing services market in Americas 2015-2020 ($ billions) Exhibit 13:Software testing market in EMEA 2015-2020 ($ billions) Exhibit 14:Software testing services market in APAC 2015-2020 ($ billions) Exhibit 15:Crowdsource testing life cycle About Us: Orbis Research is a single point aid for all your Market research requirements. We have vast database of reports from the leading publishers and authors across the globe. We specialize in delivering customised reports as per the requirements of our clients. We have complete information about our publishers and hence are sure about the accuracy of the industries and verticals of their specialisation. This helps our clients to map their needs and we produce the perfect required Market research study for our clients. Contact Info:Name: Hector CostelloEmail: email@example.comOrganization: Orbis ResearchAddress: 4144N Central Expressway, Suite 600Phone: 2148846817Source URL: http://marketersmedia.com/global-software-testing-services-market-by-type-technology-used-drivers-platform-challenges-strategies-trends-geography-applications-and-forecast-by-2021/188528For more information, please visit http://www.orbisresearch.com/reports/index/global-software-testing-services-market-2016-2020Source: MarketersMediaRelease ID: 188528
News Article | May 31, 2017
LONDON, May 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SQS, the leading end-to-end Quality services provider, has launched its new iMS 2.0 global delivery model. This new delivery model offers an innovative approach for clients that are looking to embed continuous quality into their business processes....
News Article | June 7, 2017
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tealium, the leader in real-time customer data solutions and enterprise tag management, today announced new data integration capabilities at its Digital Velocity conference in London. The integrations enable customers to more easily stream big data into cloud computing platforms, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure. Addressing the limitations of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platforms, the integrations enable the collection and transformation of data at its source (user devices, IoT, etc.), as well as the streaming of that data in real time to cloud-based platforms for further analysis and action. Tealium’s integrations will enable enterprises to collect, transform and distribute data from an ever-increasing number of sources spanning the customer experience spectrum – web, mobile, call center, physical store, IoT devices, offline data sources, and more – simplifying the process of using big data to drive customer experience. Supplying clean data from a single collection point further enhances the strategic value of IaaS platforms by enabling rapid analysis and activation of data, while consuming fewer resources. Leveraging its core capability for real-time data collection and its global cloud delivery network, Tealium’s solution will integrate with Google Cloud via Pub/Sub, Amazon Web Services via Kinesis and SQS, and Microsoft Azure through Streaming Analytics. “For organizations to implement big data strategies, it is essential to deliver a complete data set to IaaS platforms. But these platforms are unable to collect data from front-line user devices in a timely manner, which can limit the value of these strategies,” commented Mike Anderson, founder and CTO, Tealium. “Organizations need choice and flexibility when it comes to which providers they use for their data-driven strategies. Tealium’s integration with all three major providers underscores our commitment to vendor neutrality.” Tealium’s unique position in the MarTech space means organizations can easily configure IaaS services to collect all front-line customer interaction data. As part of Tealium’s ecosystem of over 1,000 turnkey integrations, the company’s Universal Data Hub supports all major content management platforms as well as mobile and IoT devices, such as iOS, Roku, Android, and Windows. Using Tealium’s extensive and simple-to-deploy installation libraries, organizations can have digital properties integrated with streaming data solutions without the need to write custom code. The product developments were unveiled at Tealium’s annual conference, Digital Velocity London, where leading experts from Santander, Vodafone, and the UK Ministry of Defence – to name a few – explored the power of data in transforming businesses in various panel discussions and presentations. Tealium revolutionizes today’s digital businesses with a universal approach to managing the ever-increasing flows of customer data – spanning web, mobile, offline and Internet of Things devices. With the power to unify customer data into a single source of truth, combined with a turnkey integration ecosystem supporting more than 1,000 vendors and technologies, Tealium’s Universal Data Hub enables organizations to leverage real-time data to create richer, more personalized digital experiences across every channel.
News Article | June 13, 2017
SQS, som utvecklar ledande säkerhetslösningar för den internationella bank- och värdetransportmarknaden, har idag tecknat ett avtal med en av Belgiens största banker om leverans av 300 säkerhetsväskor. Avtalet omfattar också underhållsavtal för säkerhetsväskor med SQS ledande teknologi. Detta är samtidigt den första direktleveransen till en bank i Mellaneuropa från SQS, som är ett helägt dotterbolag till den sammanslagna koncernen PSI Group ASA och CashGuard AB. - Utvecklingen på marknaden för ...
News Article | June 20, 2017
This weekend's collision between the guided missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald and the cargo carrier ACX Crystal has highlighted the role Arleigh Burke-class destroyers play in U.S. naval operations worldwide. The collision, which occurred 58 miles off the coast of Japan, killed seven sailors and injured dozens more. Designed during the Cold War to help protect carrier battle groups, the Burke destroyers are the most capable surface warships ever put to sea by the U.S. Navy. The Arleigh Burke class guided missile destroyers were conceived in the 1980s as anti-air warfare destroyers designed to shoot down Soviet missiles. During the Cold War it was widely believed that the Soviet Air Force and Navy would launch coordinated barrages of anti-ship missiles at U.S. Navy aircraft carriers, all of which carried extremely large warheads-and which could also carry nuclear warheads. In response, the U.S. Navy built up a layered defense system consisting of F-14 Tomcat fighters at the farthest edge, and Phalanx close-in weapon systems as a last-ditch defense. In between were the Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruisers and backing them up, the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyers. The Burke-class destroyers were named after Admiral Arleigh Burke, who rose to fame commanding destroyer squadrons during World War II and later became Chief of Naval Operations. The first destroyer entered service in 1991, just as the Cold War was winding down, but construction continued on schedule and the last and 62nd ship in the class, Michael Murphy, was commissioned in 2012. Like their namesake, nicknamed "31 Knot Burke," the ships are speedy, each powered by four General Electric LM2500 Gas Turbine Engines with a combined rating of more than 100,000 horsepower. This drives the 8,100 to 9,600 ton destroyer (depending on the variant) to speeds of more than 30 knots. The ships have extensive damage control capabilities, steel spaced armor to defeat shaped charges, and kevlar armor protecting key areas. The Burkes were designed around the Aegis Combat System, combining the AN/SPY-1 phased array air defense radar with the SM-2 Medium Range Block III surface-to-air missile. The combination of the two made the Burkes a potent anti-air platform capable of detecting and tracking hundreds of targets at once. The 90 vertical launch silos, later increased to 96, mean the ship could carry scores of air defense missiles, each of which had a high probability of kill against enemy aircraft, anti-ship missiles, and cruise missiles. Unlike previous ships, which used dual missile launching rails fed from a central internal magazine, the Burkes were designed from the start with the Mk. 41 vertical launch system (VLS). Consisting of individual silos, each Mk. 41 can hold a single SM-2 surface-to-air missile, SM-3 ballistic missile interceptor, Tomahawk cruise missile, ASROC anti-submarine rocket torpedo, and Enhanced Sea Sparrow short-range surface-to-air missile. The distributed nature of the VLS system meant that the ship wouldn't lose firepower to a rail or magazine malfunction. Despite the emphasis on anti-air warfare the Burkes can perform other roles, particularly anti-submarine warfare. Each has a AN/SQS-53C hull mounted sonar and a AN/SQR-19 tactical towed sonar array that is trailed behind the ship to aid in submarine detection to the rear, past the noise generated by the destroyer's props. The Burkes also have two Mark 32 triple tube anti-submarine torpedo launchers, for a total of six torpedoes, plus rocket propelled ASROC anti-sub rockets in the vertical launch silos for engaging submarines at longer ranges. Photo credit: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jay C. Pugh. In the land attack role, the Burkes have a single 5-inch gun (127-millimeter) gun mounted in the bow. The Mk. 45 gun system has a range of 13 miles and is fed by a 600 round armored magazine deep within the ship. The Mk. 45 is useful against shore targets and other ships. New ammunition with proximity fuses is being developed to counter swarms of small armed boats, exploding in the air and peppering hostile, speedboat-sized ships with lethal shrapnel. A new hypervelocity round is also in the works designed to engage air, sea and land targets, and even incoming ballistic missile warheads. The Burke class destroyers are also capable of carrying the Tomahawk land attack cruise missiles. The April 2017 strike on a Syrian airfield that carried out chemical weapons strikes was carried out by two Burke destroyers, the USS Porter and the USS Ross, which struck the Al-Shayrat Air Base with 59 Tomahawk missiles. This suggests each destroyer's 90-96 silos include 30 Tomahawks plus other missiles. The subsonic missiles are capable of flying up to 900 miles, staying low to evade enemy air defenses, and delivering a 1,000 pound high explosive warhead with an accuracy of within 10 meters. Finally, the ship has a variety of light weapons to deal with smaller threats. The ship has a single Phalanx close-in weapon system for intercepting any "leakers" that manage to make it through the wall of defensive missiles, and the Phalanx is also useful against small boat swarms. It also has two M242 Bushmaster 25-millimeter rapid-fire cannons, the same that arm the U.S. Army's Bradley Fighting Vehicle, for the small boat threat. Despite the traditional role of the destroyer as an anti-ship platform the majority of the Arleigh Burke destroyers have no dedicated anti-ship missile at all. While 28 of the ships are armed with eight Harpoon anti-ship missiles, 34 of the ships were constructed with no Harpoon missiles at all. Built during an era that emphasized ship to shore firepower over ship to ship firepower, these 34 ships must rely on using SM-2 surface to air missiles to strike other warships. The versatility of the Arleigh Burke destroyers has been enhanced with a series of modifications. Starting with the 29th destroyer in the class, USS Oscar Austin, hangars for the permanent basing of two helicopters were added to each ship. Typically, each ship carries one anti-submarine and one utility/light attack version of the MH-60 Seahawk. Fifteen of the destroyers, including the USS Fitzgerald, have been fitted with the ballistic missile defense variant of the Aegis combat system, giving the ship an additional capability to track and engage incoming ballistic missiles with SM-3 Block 1B interceptors. These destroyers are split between the Western Pacific and Mediterranean where they provide regional missile defense. In October 2000 the Burke-class vessel USS Cole was docked in Yemen harbor when a small craft came alongside and detonated an estimated 400 to 700 pounds of explosives. The explosion killed 17 sailors, injured 39 others, and created a gaping 40 by 60 foot hole in the ship's hull at the waterline. Despite the damage the Cole was repaired and still serves today. The attack on the USS Cole-and the collision involving the USS Fitzgerald-demonstrates that these ships, armed to the teeth, are hardy, survivable ships capable of taking enormous damage and staying afloat. Still, as hardy as a ship can be it's the crew that matters, and by all accounts the crew of the USS Fitzgerald performed heroically to treat their wounded, search for the missing, and keep the ship afloat. The Best Portable BBQ Grills for Cooking Anywhere The 15 Best Hatchbacks Under $20,000
News Article | June 13, 2017
SQS, som utvecklar ledande säkerhetslösningar för den internationella bank- och värdetransportmarknaden, har ingått avtal om leveranser av säkerhetsväskor med tillhörande säkerhetslösningar för modernisering av den belgiska pensionshanteringen. Avtal har ingåtts med Brink's Belgia, som på det belgiska postväsendet la Poste's uppdrag, ska rationalisera paketerings- och distributionsprocessen för de belgiska pensionsutbetalningarna, vilka distribueras i kontanter till mottagarna. - Som en ledande ...
News Article | June 13, 2017
Erik Svedmark has been appointed as CEO of SQS AB, which develops leading security solutions for the international bank and cash-in-transit market. The appointment comes at a time when SQS is experiencing a high level of activity, with excellent prospects for the next few quarters."It's fantastic to have Erik Svedmark on board as the new head of SQS. We're convinced that with his broad and solid experience, he will add considerable value both commercially and technically, together with the ...
News Article | June 13, 2017
SQS, which develops leading security solutions for the international bank and valuables transport market, has just entered into an agreement to supply 300 security cases to one of Belgium's largest banks. The agreement also includes a service contract for the security cases, which feature SQS's leading technology. This represents SQS's first direct delivery to a central-European bank. SQS is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the merged PSI Group ASA and CashGuard AB."There is a strong market for ...
News Article | June 8, 2017
From Creamer Media in Johannesburg, this is the Real Economy Report. Sashnee Moodley: Sustained lower commodity prices and ever-increasing costs are ‘squeezing’ mining margins and threaten the industry’s survival. Therefore, mining machinery manufacturer GST Drilling says that products like the Safe Quality Stoping face advance rig can go a long way towards remedying this challenge. Simone Liedtke tells us more. Simone Liedtke: The biggest advantage, GST Drilling enthuses, is that the Safe Quality Stoping (SQS) in-stope face advance drill rig allows for modernisation and optimisation of the actual drilling operation at any shaft- or drill hole underground. Simone Liedtke: The SQS face advance drill rig was released in 2016, and also features a wide variety of safety features. Simone Liedtke: The SQS also creates more opportunities – for women in particular – to work as rig operators in mining. Simone Liedtke Original-equipment manufacturer Scamont Engineering worked together with GST Drilling, and were responsible for the design of the SQS machine. Sashnee Moodley: Other news making headlines: Industry teams up to craft road map for ‘a million new manufacturing jobs’ Manufacturing associations across a range of subsectors, including plastics and packaging, chemicals, agroprocessing and steel have endorsed a Manufacturing Circle-led initiative, designed to find ways of creating an additional one-million manufacturing jobs in South Africa. Manufacturing Circle chairperson André de Ruyter Sashnee Moodley: That’s Creamer Media’s Real Economy Report. Join us again next week for more news and insight into South Africa’s real economy.
News Article | June 13, 2017
Erik Svedmark har utsetts till verkställande direktör för SQS AB, som utvecklar ledande säkerhetslösningar för den internationella bank- och värdetransportmarknaden. Detta sker samtidigt som SQS uppvisar hög aktivitet med goda utsikter för de kommande kvartalen. -Det är mycket glädjande att vi har fått Erik Svedmark som ny ledare för SQS. Med hans breda och djupa erfarenhet är vi övertygade om att han kommer att tillföra betydande värden - både kommersiellt, tekniskt och tillsammans med ...