PQA Testing is proud to announce that we have become a Platinum Sponsor for the ninth annual CAST 2014 “The Art and Science of Testing” Conference being held in New York, NY August 11-13.

This year, CAST will be focusing on the art and science of testing and will be attracting crowds from all over the testing world to share their stories and experiences surrounding software testing and how science and art plays or played a critical role in their cases. Keith McIntosh, PQA Testing’s CEO, expressed his feelings about the sponsorship stating, “Becoming a platinum sponsor for CAST 2014 is another way that we can support the testing community. It’s an exciting time for software testing and we’re happy to be sponsoring an event known for its dedication towards the growth of the industry.”

If you wish to also become a sponsor for the CAST 2014 Conference, please visit their website.

About PQA Testing

PQA Testing has been the home of passionate software testers in Canada since 1997. With over 80 talented and dedicated testing professionals, our team works with leading edge companies, technologies and tools to solve our clients’ software testing challenges.

PQA Testing offers a full range of software quality assurance services throughout the entire software development lifecycle. From strategic consulting to manual functional testing, PQA Testing has extensive experience in helping organizations design and execute their testing efforts. PQA Testing’s comprehensive testing expertise includes: manual functional testing, test automation implementations, performance testing, security testing and QA consulting. Our testing is performed on a variety of platforms such as desktops, browsers and mobile devices.

Since its inception, PQA Testing has continuously grown its client base and now has clients ranging in size from start-ups to large multinationals in a variety of industry sectors, including: Financial Services, Insurance, Healthcare, Gaming, Telecommunications, Government and e-Learning. PQA Testing’s clients can be found around the world, from Australia to Sweden to Canada.