Infostretch Accepted as Development & Testing Supplier for UK Public Sector
LONDON, November 2, 2016
Enterprise mobility solution provider Infostretch has been accepted as a supplier of Specialist Cloud Services in the latest update of the UK government’s procurement framework, G-Cloud 8 (G8). G-Cloud is a service provided by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) which acts on behalf of the Crown to drive savings for the taxpayer and improve the quality of commercial and procurement activity.
Infostretch’s services for software and Internet of Things (IoT) development and testing can now be used by organisations across the UK public sector including central government, local government, health, education, devolved administrations, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations. Specifically, Infostretch is approved to supply eight services: User Acceptance Testing (UAT), Automation Testing, Functional Testing, Internet of Things (IoT) Testing, DevOps Strategy and Implementation, Security Testing, Mobile Testing and Performance Testing.
“With our acceptance onto the G-Cloud 8 Framework, we look forward to working with more UK public sector organisations,” said Manish Mistry, VP of UK Operations. “We are able to offer the UK public sector the tools and expertise necessary for developing, testing and integrating future-ready mobile, web and IoT technologies and connecting them with the enterprise systems that make them work.”
Infostretch provides solutions and services that help enterprises rapidly launch new mobility and IoT initiatives faster, with less risk and greater success. The company provides the tools and expertise necessary for developing, testing and integrating future-ready, omni-channel technologies and connecting them with the enterprise systems that make them work. Infostretch is an expert in Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Development methodologies and tools and helps businesses in their transition from Quality Assurance (QA) to Quality Engineering (QE).