ONLY 4 WEEKS REMAIN until The European Software Testing Awards 2018 booking deadline! Book your entries before it’s too late!
Held on the 21st November at Old Billingsgate, London, the European Software Testing Awards celebrate companies and individuals who have accomplished significant achievements in the software testing and quality assurance market.
The European Software Testing Awards have been launched to recognise the tremendous efforts of individuals and teams when undergoing digital transformation projects – whether they are small and bespoke, or large complex initiatives.
It is open to all individuals and businesses aligned with software testing and quality assurance, irrespective of a business or project size.
However, all entries must have an affiliation to Europe – for example, if you are an Indian-based business, provided your project was on behalf of a European business or was conducted in Europe, then your entry will be accepted.
Winning one of The European Software Testing Awards gives a seal of approval to your activities and is a sign of quality and high standards within your business; can boost your brand awareness and promote your business; recognises the hard work and achievements of your employees, helping to boost staff morale; can impress your business partners, clients, investors and potential investors and boosts your hiring stature within the market, helping to attract the very best talent.
Not forgetting, winners will be mentioned in the TEST Magazine and Software Testing News coverage of the awards, and receive exposure amongst 35,000+ IT professionals in our vast and growing network!
The European Software Testing Awards evening really is a great way to learn, network and enhance professionalism with others from the software testing community.
The booking deadline is 14th September…
Not forgetting, we at 31 Media would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to our sponsors Capgemini, Infosys, KPMG, Sandhata and UST Global for their support and continued excellence in the field of software testing.
Written by Leah Alger