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Grid-Tools Listed in "The 20 Leading Software Testing Providers"

Oct 29 2013, 5:14am CDT | by PR.com

Oxford, United Kingdom, October 29, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Grid-Tools has been featured in TEST Magazine’s Leading Software Testing Providers Guide for 2013.

The specialist title has produced the Guide for the second year as it aims to provide an industry benchmark for companies looking to procure the right products and services on offer in the software testing space.

“We are very pleased to be included,” said Richard Groves, COO at Grid-Tools, “when it comes to data masking and test data management, we have helped clients remain compliant, radically improve outcomes and deliver applications on time and on budget.”

Grid-Tools works with some of the largest government agencies, financial institutions, telecoms and insurance providers across the globe, providing them with improved process and methods to provision compliant, high quality test data which is 'fit for purpose'.

“More than ever, we see the need for end to end solutions for all test data challenges, whether for traditional or Agile development and testing environments, including cloud and virtualized services,” adds Groves.

“It is why we are tireless when it comes to creating solutions that will have the outcomes that our clients need and it is why we are delighted to be included in the list of Leading Providers.”

Contact Information:
Grid-Tools Ltd
Hollie Higa
+44(0) 1865 884600
Contact via Email
www.grid-tools.com
Twitter: @GridTools
Facebook: Grid-Tools Datamaker

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