QualiSystems (News - Alert), a test lab automation software solutions provider, has opened a new east coast office in East Rutherford, NJ.
Officials with QualiSystems said that the new office will house sales, support and field engineering personnel who will be positioned to serve the company’s rapidly increasing portfolio of telecommunications, government and financial services organizations.
Assaf Lev, vice president of delivery at QualiSystems, will lead the new office and in his new role will oversee all post-sales field technical operations including customer service, product deployment and training for QualiSystems.
"I am thrilled to be on the east coast and gain the flexibility to be closer to customers and to help them improve their automation processes," said Lev in a statement.
Lev went on to say that QualiSystems is now better positioned to empower entire testing teams, including non-engineers to maximize ROI within lab and data center ecosystems.
The new location will help the company to focus beyond Silicon Valley based manufacturers to a broader base of international enterprise customers with multiple data centers and pre-deployment testing labs.
Earlier this month, QualiSystems announced that it has joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program.
Members of the TAP program collaborate with VMware to deliver innovative solutions for virtualization and cloud computing. The diversity and depth of the TAP ecosystem provides customers with the flexibility to choose a partner with the right expertise to satisfy their unique needs.
Back in June, QualiSystems had announced the latest version of TestShell, its comprehensive software framework for lab management and test automation.
With the addition of an easy-to-use web interface and expanded domain management, TestShell 5.0 now enables a broader set of users including remote workers, consultants and external contractors to view and reserve lab resources, resulting in accelerated testing, increased productivity and cost savings.
TestShell’s object-oriented architecture offers a next-generation approach to automation based on a set of reusable objects or building blocks that replace script-based approaches. TestShell enables more scalable and sustainable automation deployments that dramatically accelerate testing cycles.
Edited by Ryan Sartor