March 07, 2011
NEW YORK-- March 7, 2011 -- Neotys, a leader in easy-to-use, cost effective load testing tools for web applications, announced today that Softsmith Infotech, a major IT testing company, is expanding its testing services and will be using Neotys’ NeoLoad for stress, performance and quality testing of customers’ large scale IT applications.
Softsmith is using NeoLoad to launch a special load test program to assist small and medium companies with their web application performance challenges. Using NeoLoad, Softsmith experts identify performance bottlenecks and suggest tuning solutions to meet performance targets. Softsmith will be among the first to leverage NeoLoad’s new Cloud Testing Platform to offer performance as a service to its customers.
“Our goal is to effectively manage the testing process for our clients with a complete service offering which includes load testing business critical web applications at scale before they are deployed,” said P. Nagarajan, Founder & CEO, Softsmith Infotech. “Partnering with Neotys allows us to expand our testing services so that we can provide load testing services prior to web application deployments in a highly cost effective manner. Our customers benefit by knowing that their system will stand up to the performance demands of large volume usage.”
According to Stephane Jammet, vice president of sales and business development, Neotys, “Softsmith’s worldwide testing services have earned an outstanding reputation in the QA market. This partnership validates the quality and capabilities of NeoLoad. We are happy to be part of Softsmith’s testing solutions for enterprise accounts.”
Softsmith Infotech is an ISO 9001:2008 certified organization, focusing on performance testing and QA activities. Softsmith has assisted more than 200 organizations in getting their software products stable and scalable. Softsmith team has rich domain experience and testing capabilities. Softsmith has a unique elastic testing model that suits small to very large testing engagements. Softsmith provides a free, hosted product QAMonitor, to manage all QA activities and 100s of small-medium companies are getting benefited by this product. Softsmith's outsourced product development team provides complete product development chain and mobile enablement of existing products. Softsmith has its headquarters in Chennai India and has office in Cupertino, CA, USA.
About Neotys www.neotys.com
Since 2005, Neotys has been helping its clients in more than 50 countries to ensure their applications' reliability, performance, and quality. NeoLoad, load-testing solution, ensures better efficiency enabling users to perform tests faster, while providing pertinent analyses and full support for all new technologies. At each stage of a project, Neotys consultants are on hand to guide users, thereby ensuring the successful deployment of applications. For more information about Neotys and NeoLoad visit: www.neotys.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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