Capgemini has been named a “Leader” in the NelsonHall Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) Report on Software Testing. In the latest NEAT titled ‘Next-Generation Software Testing Services’, Capgemini scored highly as a Leader in its evaluation grid for the ‘ability to deliver immediate benefit’ to customers and ‘ability to meet future client requirements.’
The report highlighted Capgemini’s expertise in the following areas:
- “Capgemini highlights that it is shifting its strategy contracts with outcomes. It is expecting a shift from large managed testing service contracts to agile and as-a-service contracts, where it will bring its methodologies, IP and capabilities.”
- On Capgemini’s portfolio alignment, NelsonHall noted that it is “aligning its portfolio towards performance, security, mobile, UX testing, and Agile/DevOps. Along with Agile and DevOps, Capgemini will continue in Cognitive QA, looking to add more AI use cases. In the mid-term, the company wants to systematically combine AI and RPA use cases for automating testing services.”
- On Digital testing, “a key element of Capgemini’s digital testing strategy is around IoT and connected devices. Capgemini believes it has comprehensive ER&D capabilities thanks to its capabilities in automotive, energy and utilities, and medical devices.”
Mark Buenen, Global Leader, Digital Assurance and Testing for the Capgemini Group said: With our comprehensive suite of testing services across the Group, including Sogeti, Capgemini is focused on supporting its clients in their transformation journey to improve quality across all areas of IT development and maintenance.”
“Customer experience has always been a top priority for Capgemini Group in the rapidly evolving testing landscape and digital environment, fueled by complex business challenges. Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation, digital transformation and a customer-driven approach to Testing. Capgemini’s industry Digital Assurance and Quality Engineering services such as TMap and TPI, support business transformation for customers worldwide,” noted the company in its release.
NelsonHall assessed 17 vendors offering next-generation software testing services for this report.
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