UST Global partners with platform pCloudy

UST Global announced its partnership with pCloudy, a California based Mobile App testing platform with more than 50,000 users across the globe

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announced its partnership with , a California based platform with more than 50,000 users across the globe. It is a full life cycle testing platform for mobile apps developers, quality engineers and DevOps teams. This partnership will enable to offer digital applications with quality at high speed to their clients via a continuous testing process that leverages pCloudy’s Mobile Testing Platform. This strategic alliance between pCloudy and UST aims to disrupt quality engineering for digital applications and align testing with Agile and DevOps practices.

UST Global’s digital testing assets include tools and frameworks for coverage analysis, automation, crowdsourced testing and performance which helps to reduce time to market and improve application quality. The company claimed that it is a single platform to offer full life cycle application testing for organizations from SMB to large enterprises to run tests on the public, private cloud as well as on-premise devices.

The company informed that the Quality Engineering teams can run AI-powered exploratory tests to automatically test the mobile applications over hundreds of real mobile devices and gives its users real-time insights into the app behavior and performance. pCloudy supports the continuous development and testing of mobile apps through collaborative tools like JIRA and SLACK to deliver high-quality applications.

Avinash Tiwari, CEO, pCloudy, said, “pCloudy’s partnership with UST Global is going to disrupt the mobile application testing and make it future-ready. It will benefit enterprise mobility to ensure flawless performance of their applications with latest technologies and break-through features. This alliance will help UST Global’s clients achieve optimal results from testing, accelerate application delivery and error free apps through manual, automated, bot or crowd tests performed on real devices.”

Sunil Kanchi, Chief Information Officer & Senior Vice President, UST Global, added, “The partnership will help enable our customers to improve device and browser test coverage that is essential for ensuring the quality of digital applications. pCloudy’s Mobile Testing Platform will be a great addition to our quality engineering practice and we are confident that we can accelerate digital transformation for our customers with our combined capabilities.”

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