EPAM Named a Leader in NelsonHall's 2020 NEAT Vendor Evaluation Process for Overall Quality Engineering Services
Press Release: October 8, 2020
- What's the News: EPAM was recognized by
NelsonHallas a leader in Quality Engineering Services—highlighting their ability to keep up with changing client requirements as well as deliver immediate benefits for their Quality Engineering (QE) initiatives
- Why it is important: Given today's breakneck pace of new software and product launches, there is no other choice than to implement smarter testing services. EPAM's expertise in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Continuous Testing (CT) can help make it a seamless process for clients around the world—providing timely risk-based feedback and enabling faster innovation cycles.
- Who it affects – Sourcing, procurement & IT departments looking for the right partner to provide their organization Quality Assurance (QA)/Quality Engineering services with a proven track record.
The report analyzed 16 different vendors, across 40 criteria, and placed them into one of four categories—Leaders, High Achievers, Innovators and Major Players—with Leaders (relative to their peers) demonstrating both a high ability to deliver immediate benefit and a high capability to meet future client requirements.
"We're pleased to be recognized as a leader in the 2020 NelsonHall NEAT Report on Quality Engineering," said
The NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) allows strategic sourcing managers to assess the ability of vendors across a range of criteria and business situations. It helps them identify the best performing vendors overall, with a specific focus on AI-based testing, continuous testing and UX testing.
"EPAM has invested in continuous testing and offers a continuum of services from consulting to a platform. The company has also developed AI use cases for conducting more focused QA activities," said
To learn more about EPAM, visit www.epam.com.
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