Last night, the European Software Testing Awards 2019 were held at the fabulous Old Billingsgate, London and the winners announced!
This seminal event in the software testing calendar saw guests and finalists from across the sector gather to discover who were the winners and runners-up in this year’s industry-star studded event.
Now in its seventh year, the European Software Testing Awards celebrate companies and individuals who have accomplished significant achievements in the software testing and quality assurance market.
The exciting and glamorous event saw hundreds of entries, with the judges carefully assessing and deliberating over the anonymised submissions, until the best-of-the-best were chosen – culminating in a closely-run and action-packed evening where the European Software Testing Awards winners were announced!
A big thank you to everyone who attended, entered and sponsored the event, and we can’t wait for the awards to start again next year!
The first winner at this year’s SoftwareTestingAwards KPMG Best Agile Project was LloydsBankingGroup – Consumer Servicing.
The award for Best Mobile Testing Project went to New Day.
The winner of Best Test Automation Project – Functional was awarded to LloydsBankingGroup – Consumer Servicing.
The Best Test Automation Project – Non-Functional award went to Cognizant.
The award for NTT DATA Graduate Tester of the Year went to Callum Smith, from Capgemini.
Wipro Testing Manager of the Year award at this year’s Software Testing Awards to Narayanan Palani from Lloyds Banking Group.
The award for Best Overall Testing Project – Retail was awarded to Waitrose and Partners.
The Best Overall Testing Project – Finance award has gone to Close Brothers Group Plc.
The award for Best Overall Testing Project – Communication was given to OSS LION Test Factory.
The award for Sogeti Best Use of Technology in a Project went to Aviva.
Infosys Testing Team of the Year award at this year’s Software Testing Award went to Astound Commerce.
The award for Testing Management Team of the Year went to Testinium.
The award for most highly commended winner of the Deloitte Most Innovative Project went to Proximus.
The winner of the Deloitte Most Innovative Project went to Worldpay.
The award for Amdocs Best User Experience (UX) Testing in a Project was awarded to Deloitte.
The award for Leading Vendor wen to nFocus Testing.
The final award of the night for The European Software Testing Award went to Waitrose and Partners.
A massive congratulations to you all!!!