uTest, the crowdsourced software testing marketplace, is now moving into localization and security testing. This makes them the first service that offers complete testing for web, mobile, and desktop software applications. The expansion enables uTest to provide companies with the option to go to a single source for all their testing needs.
With a crowd of over 40,000 professional testers, uTest is able to offer reliable, cost-effective, and quick results to 1,000 companies in a variety of industries. uTest credited the move to the increasing demands placed on the service by a constantly growing client base.
After successfully completing thousands of testing projects for our customers, uTest has evolved into a âone stop shopâ for real-world testing across the entire spectrum of the software development. With our diverse community of testers, performance engineers, security auditors, usability experts and more, uTest is uniquely equipped to help companies create apps their users love â from the start of the product lifecycle up through their launch date.
Doron Reuveni, CEO of uTest
With testers in more than 178 countries, uTest can test accuracy and correct content translations far more easily and accurately than traditional localization services or automated tools. In addition, by partnering with Veracodeâs cloud-based security tools uTest is able to â[offer] organizations a more comprehensive approach to mitigating security risks across the software development lifecycle,â said Pamela Cyr, senior VP of business development and strategic alliances of Veracode.
By leveraging their existing community uTest is now able to provide testing throughout the software development process. While most crowdsourcing companies focus on becoming leaders in a relatively narrow set of markets, uTest â along with Freelancer.com earlier this week â is now demonstrating the potential for crowdsourcing providers to take advantage of their crowd to expand. Along with their expanded focus, uTest also revealed a rebranded website and identity.
uTest launched version 1.0 of its marketplace in August of 2008. uTest initially provided QA services to startups, but has since expanded to Fortune 500 companies such as Google and Microsoft. uTest features a community of over 40,000 testers from 178 countries.