Mobile Labs Announces New Technology Partnership with Parasoft
March 20, 2018

Mobile Labs announced the addition of Parasoft as one of the firm’s technology partners. As a result of this alliance, enterprise mobility teams can perform API tests utilizing Mobile Labs’ private device cloud solution, deviceConnect.

Mobile Labs’ President & CEO Dan McFall said: “By pairing Parasoft’s testing solutions and analytics capabilities with our own deviceConnect, we can offer mobile testing and quality assurance teams a robust, comprehensive solution to support mobile DevOps initiatives by enabling enterprise mobility teams to work more efficiently.”

Mobile Labs’ deviceConnect enables enterprise mobility teams to manage mobile device sharing for agile development, testing and QA teams. Available as an on-premises or as a hosted solution, deviceConnect opens up the possibilities for developers and QA professionals to manage their mobile testing lab, including mobile test automation and Appium support, in the manner that best suits their needs.

Headquartered in Monrovia, California, Parasoft provides tools that support the entire software development process from the first line of code through the entire testing cycle, including analytics.

“It is no longer sufficient to simply test the user-interface of an application, because there isn’t just one interface anymore – the recent wave of digital transformation initiatives has fundamentally changed the way we interact with organizations,” stated Elizabeth Kolawa, Parasoft CEO. “The new Parasoft and Mobile Labs integration extends the benefits of our mobile testing solution, enabling organizations to fully adopt a sustainable testing practice that aligns with business requirements while still achieving quality, scale, and speed.”

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