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Arno Van De Velde
Test Coordinator, ASR
Programme Manager, ASR
I am usually a rather skeptical person, especially when it comes to sales people selling their products. It's in the nature of a good tester to have this skepticism. I'd say this is the first tool and company that actually made me believe that what is being offered, actually isn't too good to be true.
Agile Designer™ enables mind shifting agility to our system development and it is becoming one of the most important tools to make requirement development more tangible and understandable for the business.
Grid-Tools Agile Designer exposes the path to success. It defines the optimal set of test cases to achieve your single most important objective—eliminate business risks associated with application failure.
23rd March 2015
Grid-Tools will be hosting an interactive workshop on day two of the UK TMF summit, at 15:45. The session “Seeing is believing – 2 identical web sites one with bugs one without – let’s find the bugs” will be presented by managing director of Grid-Tools, Huw Price and programmer, Ben Johnson-Ward.More News
11th March 2015
This evening workshop will consider the consequences that the upcoming EU legislations will have for test teams around the world. It will address how organisations and data processors can move to satisfy the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), to avoid maximum fines set to become €100million or 5% of annual turnover – whichever is highest.More Events