Topic: Unlocking Business Value with ROI Driven API Testing
Date: 15th December 2022
Time: 12:00 pm ET
As per State of Quality Testing 2021, 61% of the organizations say APIs continue to be the leading type of testing they perform. In spite this significant chunk of API Testing, 43% of the developers say testing is their biggest pain point. So here we are, with another webinar, this time in collaboration with TechWell, a leader in software conferences covering Agile, DevOps, Test/QA, Requirements, and more.
Watch this webinar to learn:
Senior Vice President, Product Engineering, Qyrus
Ameet Deshpande is an Engineering generalist and a builder at heart with a focus on Quality Engineering, Product Engineering, Product Management, cross-functional team building and Agile. He has been involved in many strategic initiatives at Qyrus and its clients and especially in Financial Services with primary experience in Quality Engineering, Cloud, SaaS, and AI. He was also involved in large scale transformation programs as part of a consulting & architecture groups within one of the top 10 Banks in the world.
Senior Vice President, Enterprise Sales
Rahul Thakur leads enterprise sales at Qyrus and is a technologist at heart. Rahul has a background in consulting, technology, and private equity. He has been involved in several large scale strategic and technology transformation initiatives across multiple industries.
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