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The third annual World Quality Report is now available, revealing the true concerns of business leaders and IT managers across the globe while providing an invaluable insight into precisely how worldwide technology trends are driving application design, investment and production.

Completed by 1,200 CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, IT directors and managers and QA managers around the world, this report is a crucial examination of the thought processes, rationale and buying behaviour of many of the world’s very largest organisations. As we enter into an important era of economic recovery, it’s more vital than ever that businesses are fully aware of the testing methodology trends and emerging technologies that are having a positive impact across the global software testing industry and witnessing uptake from business contemporaries – such as increasing budget allocations, the faster adoption of test automation techniques and the continued migration of applications to the Cloud.

Since 2009, the Capgemini Group and HP have published the annual report to provide insight into the latest trends in application quality, methodologies, tools, and processes. As in previous years, the report includes detailed profiles on the state of QA in a number of specific industries: Consumer Products, Retail, and Distribution; Energy, Utilities, and Chemicals; Financial Services; Healthcare and Life Sciences; High Tech; Manufacturing; Public Sector; and Telecommunications, Media, and Entertainment. In addition, this year’s report also includes summaries examining IT trends and quality practices from a regional perspective across nine different geographies: Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Netherlands, Nordic Region, North America and United Kingdom.

Simply put, the WQR is the only significant research that regularly questions so many leading executives across our industry about their testing and QA perspectives and plans. If you’d like to have a more in-depth look at the report’s findings and to see what they could mean for your business, please let us know.

 

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Brian Shea is CEO of Sogeti UK.

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The economic recovery is affecting the IT investments of every organisation. That is why it’s more vital than ever that your business keeps fully abreast of the testing methodology trends and emerging technologies that are impacting the software testing industry.

Later this month, Sogeti, Capgemini and HP will publish the 3rd Annual 2011-12 World Quality Report, a publication that is growing in significance across the IT world, with particular relevance to forward-thinking CIOs operating in the UK.

The 2011 World Quality Report examines the latest trends in application quality, methodologies, tools and processes across different industries and geographies. It clearly presents findings from a global survey of more than 1,250 CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, IT directors and managers and quality assurance directors and managers around the world, enabling you to study countrywide trends and put your own business in context.

On Thursday 30 June 2011, we will also be hosting a complimentary Breakfast Briefing at the prestigious De Vere Holborn Bars in London to share the key findings and trends of this significant report, and explain how they apply to the UK market and what this means for your own organisation. This briefing is designed for individuals who are actively involved in the testing and quality process, development, and group dynamics, such as CTOs, CIOs, QA Heads, Test Managers and other key project and operations leads.

Why not come along and hear more about emerging technologies such as cloud computing and the economic recovery, the relationship between QA and business stakeholders, current trends in QA outsourcing and more? There will also be plenty of time to discuss the relevance of these trends to the UK market and to your organisation with our speakers and attendee.

If you have questions regarding this event, please contact the Sogeti UK Marketing Manager, Harreet Khara on +44 (0) 207 014 8900 or harreet.khara@sogeti.com.

Brian Shea AUTHOR:
Brian Shea is CEO of Sogeti UK.

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