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Video! - Introducing Testing as a Service (Taas)

Featuring:  Alex Martins, TaaS Capability and Business Development Leader, Hewlett Packard Company

 

 

 

Who doesn't love a breif video - especially on YouTube?!  There have been a lot of questions out there around our latest Testing services "HP Testing as a Service." We sat down with one of our services prime designers and filmed a breif introduction to the topic. 

 

You see, unlike the competition, our TaaS services are not "SaaS"! And that's huge! But, enough with my commentary; in this brief introduction to HP's Testing as a Service offering (we'll call it part 1!) Alex Martins of HP Enterprise Services outlines the services and presents the market forces that guided their development.

 

Without further ado, make a bee-line to this YouTube (HP Testing as a Service Intro) and get your testing skills brushed up with HP!  Ready? Go!

 

 

About Alex Martins

 

Alex Martins.jpgAlex is the Business Development leader for HP’s Testing Practice in Americas and also the TaaS Capability Leader globally.  His experience includes all aspects of Applications Testing, including management, development, consulting and delivery. Alex has built testing centres in multiple countries and created innovative Testing offerings for HP, such as TaaS.

Comments
Lakshmi Narayana Prasad Kantambhatla(anon) | ‎09-16-2014 05:41 AM

Hi Alex,

 

Very well articulated ... Crisp and complete!

AMartins a month ago

Thanks Prasad! Much appreciated.

 

Good to hear from you.

 

Alex

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