In recent times, the digital workplace has accelerated in numerous ways, with many of us using more digital tools to get work done and digitizing every possible operational process. As a result, organizations deliver more software, and development cycles are getting increasingly complex, especially when considering customer experience expectations across connected systems. At the crossroads of customer expectations and the demands of speed to market, the cost is usually the central issue.
What about Quality? The augmented speed and increase of digital have put a lot of fire on testing leaders who need to make sure their enterprises are not just delivering software fast and within budget but with quality.
This webinar features industry-leading analyst Diego Lo Giudice VP Principal Analysts from Forrester and, Ravi Sundaram Chief Strategy Officer, from Quinnox. They will share how AI-augmented testing can make digital teams faster and smarter.
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With Forrester since July 2005, Diego primarily contributes to and advises on Forrester's offerings for Application Development & Delivery Professionals. He partners with Forrester's global application leaders and is a leading expert on SDLC processes and practices, covering topics such as Agile development, Agile and Lean transformations, Agile development sourcing strategies and services, Agile testing practices and tools, DevOps, and software testing and quality, with a key focus on systems of engagement. Diego also covers software delivery metrics, artificial intelligence, and open source governance.
His 28 years of industry experience, in addition to application development, allow him to give expert advice on change management programs for optimizing the overall modern application delivery process, execute technology management assessments, review technology management strategies, and make comparisons. He also has experience in complex mission-critical project and client engagement management
Ravi Sundaram leads the strategy & business for Intelligent Automation product within Quinnox. He has over two decades of experience driving business development, product strategy, and delivering innovative solutions for challenging business problems.
Ravi is the founding team member of the intelligent automation product called – Qyrus. He has spearheaded business & IT transformation for Quinnox and its Fortune 500 customers. An engineer at heart, Ravi excels in advising customers in their transformation journey through his experience in SaaS products, intelligent automation, SAP, Cloud deployments.
He spent the last decade building SaaS products specializing in intelligent automation testing. He has helped multiple customer’s set-up their CoEs and become early adopters of intelligent testing. His experience includes senior positions with consulting firms, advisory and board roles at B2B, wellness, and collaboration startups.
Don't miss out on this must-attend event - mark your calendars for April 30th to May 5th, 2023 and join us at #STAREAST!
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