ACCELQ and Fujitsu Partner on Automated Testing Solutions
April 27, 2020

ACCELQ and Fujitsu America announced a partnership to bring together ACCELQ's industry leading Continuous Testing platform and Fujitsu's solution delivery.

This partnership underscores both ACCELQ and Fujitsu's commitment to helping global customers achieve continuous delivery and boost their digital transformation efficiently.

"Choosing the right automated testing tool is critical. We scanned the market and identified ACCELQ as the best-in-class solution," said Ruchir Patel Practice Lead at Fujitsu America. "ACCELQ's automated testing platform makes it easy to implement continuous testing and delivery, while deploying new processes within our business flow."

ACCELQ offers a simplified automation tool that allows Fujitsu customers to deploy intelligent automated testing with little scripting language knowledge, saving time and money when rolling out new features and updates.

ACCELQ is the automation platform of choice for Fujitsu various SAS offerings including the likes of Fujitsu Glovia Order Management and Fujitsu Salesforce Implementations, further validating the partnership. The ACCELQ platform is also able to achieve continuous testing and enables a complex in highly customized Salesforce environments to achieve rapid releases while maintaining high quality standards.

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