Quality is delighting customers
The leading event for the software test and QA community
Theme: Bridging the Gap; Meeting New Challenges
What are the testing issues of most concern to organisations right now and in the future? SoftTeC 2011's agenda reflects the challenges organizations face today.
This is India's most topical and up-to-date testing conference, which provides clear guidance to help with the challenges and issues faced in testing today, how best to address them and how to cope with changing conditions and the need to optimise every effort.
The testing community today, and test managers in particular, are facing a number of new problems such as increasing complexity, ever-increasing demands to reduce time-to-market & the need for testers to take on more varied roles in the organisation.
The focus of this event will be how best to address the problems and cope with changing conditions and the need to optimize every effort.
The testing function in many organisations is evolving and sometimes the division of roles between testers, developers and users are becoming less rigid as new developments in software development and testing make testers out of developers and end users, and developers out of testers.
Taking a holistic view of testing involves seeing the product from the user’s point of view, while bringing to bear the problem-solving skills of the tester. Network with other professionals who experience the same challenges, allowing for brainstorming, exchange of ideas with those who share the same interests and outlook as you.
There is also a targeted exhibition alongside where participants can view related products and services.
SoftTeC 2011 aims at promoting Software related Test Experiences by bringing together software test professionals, practitioners, experts, academicians, and service/product vendors to share techniques, methodologies, frameworks, experiences, and case studies to perform, manage, and automate Software Testing.
Come. Meet up the Senior Testing Leaders and get practical solutions at SoftTeC 2011.