TEL AVIV, Israel April 24, 2012
Testuff Israel’s Ben Gurion University
When asked why they had begun phasing out IBM test management tools in their respective software engineering classes, both schools pointed to the speed and ease of implementation, and quality of Testuff test management suite.
For the Shamoon College of Engineering, ease-of-use was arguably more important than flexibility. Minutes after registering, students were up and running without needing on-site training or even instructional manuals.
However, flexibility and convenience are merely luxuries in an industry driven by methodical rigor. Whether for commercial applications or to train students, software testing is a discipline with little margin for error. Displacing IBM required a level of quality that neither ease-of-use nor mobility could ever overshadow.
these users Ben Gurion University
As Testuff continues to carve out a niche in academia, Bloom believes it represents the future of software testing. "With over 4,500 registrations spread across over 40 different countries, our test management tools are highly relevant in the here and now." He adds, "But because schools like Ben Gurion and Shamoon increasingly use our suite to train today’s students, the testers of tomorrow will continue to demand the quality to which they’ve grown accustomed."
January 2007 Tel-Aviv, Israel
SOURCE Testuff Ltd.