by Angela Guess
A recent press release states, “Infosys, a global leader in consulting, technology and next-generation services, today announced the launch of the Infosys Business Assurance Store, a unique knowledge-based solution with a repository of more than 1 million test assets across various industry domains, technologies, products and packages. This solution enables clients to enhance productivity in test planning, aids continuous testing and minimizes dependency on subject matter experts. The Infosys Business Assurance Store is built on the experience of the Infosys validation teams, and integrates with third-party solutions like HPE Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), MS SharePoint among others. The store helps clients drive greater operational efficiencies and accelerate business agility through improved test design. This solution uses machine learning tools for traceability, knowledge clustering and optimization. Clients can access the solution through the Infosys Quality Assurance Workbench, an artificial intelligence-based platform built for supporting all leading digital technologies such as Mobile, Internet of Things, and Cloud among others.”
The release goes on, “Infosys’ Business Assurance Store fast forwards the testing lifecycle across industry domains – such as financial services, retail, insurance, health care, life sciences, manufacturing, telecom, energy, utilities, services and others, using technologies such as Java, .Net, MDM, Mainframe, and Middleware. The solution covers industry leading products and packages like VisionPLUS, Global Pay Plus (GPP), Calypso, Murex, SAP modules, Oracle EBIS, Warehouse Management System (WMS), among many others, and will provide customers starter kits for specialized testing services like security, Internet of Things, big data, and other validation services. The solution also has numerous test cases on various regulations and compliances which will ensure extensive risk coverage and help customers adhere to different standards across geographies.”
Read more at PR Newswire.
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