In software testing, no one’s a hero without a zero defect product or service. An effective software test process is a prerequisite for developing software that’s free of bugs, fit for purpose and delivers on business objectives. Yet, despite substantial efforts to improve the quality of products, achieving zero defects remains the Holy Grail for software testers. This could be due to a variety of factors including the increasing complexity and volume of software coupled with customer expectations for more value faster.
At the Churchill War Rooms on 18 September, John Owen, CEO of Mastek, played host to guests in senior roles across government for dinner and a discussion on the topic of driving service innovation through analytics.
The advent of omnichannel shopping is proving to be both a challenge and an opportunity for retailers. While on the one hand it opens up opportunities to target customers at every stage of the buying cycle and create personalised experiences, on the other, retailers are faced with the challenge of creating an integrated customer experience. This involves delivering a digital strategy that unifies the customer’s online and in-store personas.
Are your development and testing teams struggling with poor quality software, escalating testing costs and longer time to market? As software projects increase in complexity and size, customers and users tend to get demanding in the face of the need to contain costs and release on time. This in turn makes it quite a challenge to effectively test software.
Leading by it’s example of being the home to forward-thinkers and changemakers, challenging status quo every now and then, Project Deep Blue came alive in May 2015 , as an unique initiative of Mastek, encouraging engineering students to solve social problems using coding skills; to come up with meaningful technical solutions over a course of three months. Project Deep Blue throws up challenges for participating engineering graduates, to create working solutions for real life problems from the social sector.
Whether it is for travel, health, banking, shopping, playing or sleeping there’s an app for every need. The world is witnessing an increasing rise in the use of mobile apps – a figure that exceeds a billion, if you take the combined count of applications in the Apple App Store and on Google Play. Add to that, most large enterprises also create mobile apps for employees to use internally. With multiple mobile apps competing for the user’s attention, delivering a high quality application is essential to success.
Do you feel overwhelmed by the mountains of enterprise data from different sources and no respite in sight? Despite this information overload, does insight seem to elude you? This proliferation of data across multiple platforms and the need for faster insight has made the traditional ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) data process ineffective at handling and integrating voluminous unstructured and structured information.
Healthcare in the UK is going through a period of rapid evolution, innovating in response to unprecedented pressure created by an ageing population and relatively less funding being generated through taxation.
Data plays a crucial role in enabling businesses to deliver on their digital transformation strategies. In fact, as evidenced in the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, it can make or break a business. By capitalising on enterprise information, businesses can unlock value to reveal hidden customer behaviour patterns.
It’s been a fantastic 24 months at Mastek - eight consecutive quarters of growth, revenue up 78%, 154% EBITDA growth, employee numbers up >50% taking us to over 2,000 ‘Mastekeers'. So why rebrand now? There are three simple reasons for the change...