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Fimatix has announced the acquisition of DevOps testing and assurance company Testing Performance.
The purchase by Fimatix will enable the company to deliver an increasingly integrated service for clients. It will provide a range of new in-house capabilities, such as testing new and legacy systems for resilience, data migration, accuracy and robustness and DevOps automation. This capability will augment Fimatix's existing expertise in delivering digital transformation on behalf of public and private sector clients.
The team at Testing Performance bring with them 15 years' experience of working alongside a broad variety of clients and sectors, including global accounting and banking firms such as HSBC and EY, highly secure Government projects with the NHS, Home Office and Ministry of Justice, and Third Sector projects on behalf of John Lewis, Save The Children and Historic Royal Palaces.
For the time being, Testing Performance will continue under its own name, but is expected to be rebranded as Fimatix Testing and fully integrated within the company in early 2022.
The acquisition of Testing Performance marks another notable step in the organic and strategic growth of Fimatix since its 2020 merger with Agilesphere. Fimatix have since established itself as a leading digital consultancy and worked on such notable projects as the 'Shield' independent COVID-19 track and trace system, 'Talent as a Service' HR support system, and National Law Enforcement Database Programme for the Home Office.
Tim Howarth, CEO of Fimatix, said: "...The company has a strong record providing testing and assurance across government and industry, and the expertise their team brings will enable us to build upon our existing capabilities and is a great string to our bow. We are becoming increasingly active in the digital services market right now, with further announcements in the pipeline for 2021."