Exhibitors

Meet our Exhibitors

On Wednesday and Thursday of QUEST week, the QUEST EXPO features exhibitors of the latest software quality and testing products and services.

    • Take advantage of seeing tool demos, asking questions, picking up literature and making connections.

 

    • Enter to win exhibitor raffle prizes which will be given away at the Thursday EXPO Reception.

 

    • Attend 30-minute EXPO Talks for more in depth learning.

 

  • The QUEST EXPO also features five professional associations representing project management, business analysis, development, testing and agile.

 
NOTE: QUEST Exhibitors and Sponsors will be announced in early 2018.

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Sauce Labs

www.saucelabs.com – Sauce Labs provides the world’s largest cloud-based platform for the automated testing of web and mobile applications. Founded by the original creator of Selenium, Sauce Labs helps companies accelerate software development cycles, improve application quality, and deploy with confidence across 800+ browser / OS platforms, including Windows, Linux, iOS, Android & Mac OS X. Optimized for Continuous integration (CI), Continuous delivery (CD), and DevOps, Sauce Labs’ highly scalable cloud is built to handle the most secure data from its customers, who range from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses, located across the globe. To date, more than 750 million tests have run on the Sauce Labs cloud.

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International Software Certifications Board

www.softwarecertifications.org – The International Software Certifications Board’s (ISCB) origins date back to 1980 when it was founded as part of the Quality Assurance Institute (QAI). QAI was established as a professional association whose charter was to represent the software quality assurance (SQA) professional. The founding directors of the institute recognized the need to insulate the professional certification program from the association and to that end the ISCB was structured as an independent board of overseers to provide guidance and governance of the certification program.

The ISCB officially launched the first certification program, the Certified Quality Analyst CQA (later to be renamed the Certified Software Quality Analyst CSQA), in 1985 and the first formal examination based certification was launched in 1990. Today, the ISCB’s professional certification programs cover three domains, Software Quality Assurance, Software Testing, and Software Business Analysis. Approximately 52,000 individuals have been certified on six continents..

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