Mindtree Recognized as a Continuous Testing Service Provider Leader

Mindtree, a technology services and digital transformation company, has been named a leader in testing capabilities in the digital space by Forrester Research Inc., an independent   research and advisory firm. Mindtree was recognized in the report titled, “The Forrester Wave: Continuous Testing Service Providers, Q3 2017.”

Forrester evaluated Mindtree and ten other vendors against 29 criteria in the categories of current offering, strategy, as well as market presence. In addition to being rated a ‘5 on 5’ in the client feedback criteria, Mindtree received the highest scores possible in scale of service, mobile application and IoT (Internet of Things) testers, and test case design criteria. The full report can be found here.

In the report, Forrester states: “Mindtree has developed a well-structured competency development plan after assessing its entire testing workforce’s readiness for CT (Continuous Testing). Its goal is to quickly train full-stack engineers who can tackle testing, user experience, big data testing, and more. Mindtree uses its CAPE   accelerator to help clients speed the automation journey across the IT lifecycle; it   complements this with its CT DTEP (Dynamic Test Engineering Platform) accelerator for test design automation through model-based testing with Conformiq. MIST (Mindtree Integrated Scriptless Testing Automation Framework) completes the suite with test execution automation on Selenium, integration with Jenkins for continuous integration, and provisioning of test environments in public cloud and virtual environments. Mindtree has a good reservoir of CT talent for functional test automation, mobile, and IoT testing services.”

“We’re honored that Forrester has recognized us as a leader in Continuous Testing Services in the Digital Space,” said Manas Chakraborty, Global Head, Test Engineering and Integrated Services, Mindtree. “We believe it is testimony to Mindtree’s capabilities as a reliable partner for full stack testing engineers and advanced Agile practices.”