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Global Investment Management Firm Schroders Bags Two Software Testing Awards

By: | January 4, 2018
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Jan 4: London-based global investment management firm Schroders  has won the ‘European Software Testing Award of the Year’ and ‘Prodapt Testing Management Team of the Year’ Awards. Leading digital technology company UST Global is a strategic Testing Partner for Schroders. The European Software Testing Awards is a unique platform that celebrates the testing success stories across Europe.

As the awardee of the main ‘The European Software Testing Award’, Schroders has been recognized for excelling in all the areas and surpassing every other individual, project, or organization within the industry. The ‘Prodapt Testing Management Team of the Year’ emphasizes the success of transformation programme that Schroders’ Global QA Practice team undertook back in 2016 with the objective of making Technology agile, economical, robust and resilient to market disruptors. The transformation is focused on implementing Scaled Agile Framework across the enterprise. UST Global has played a key role in Schroders testing transformation journey, said UST Global in a statement.

Stewart Carmichael, Chief Technology Officer, Schroders, said, “Schroders works in partnership with UST Global, enabling us to deliver leading test services to projects around the world. Winning the European Software Testing Award was a huge honour for Schroders, and we are very grateful to UST Global for their contribution towards this accolade.”

According to Arun Narayanan, COO, UST Global, said, “this indeed is a testimony to the hard work the QA team at Schroders have put in towards the transformation programme. UST Global is truly proud to be the strategic testing partner for Schroders.”

As a global investment manager, Schroders helps institutions, intermediaries and individuals across the planet meet goals, fulfil ambitions, and prepare for the future.  The company is responsible for $577.3 billion assets of its clients who bank on Schroders to deliver sustainable returns.