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Tricentis, CloudMonkey Mobile Partnership Provides Next-Generation Mobile Application Testing for Global, Name Brand Enterprises

Customers Can Leverage Partnership to Accelerate Mobile Application Testing and Reduce Business Risk

SAN MATEO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/05/14 -- Tricentis, the global leader in enterprise software testing solutions that accelerate business innovation, today announced that it has entered into a partnership with CloudMonkey Mobile, a leading provider of mobile testing platforms for today's distributed delivery teams. Tricentis will provide integration of its Tosca Testsuite into CloudMonkey Mobile's LabManager, a turnkey solution for managing application effectiveness testing on mobile devices and tablets. The partner solution will allow enterprises to accelerate business innovation through streamlined, automated mobile application testing.

Enterprise customers can leverage the integrated solution to simplify management of the device lab for developing mobile test applications. The solution also enables IT departments to provide a functional, on-premises mobile test lab without compromising internal security by bridging the closed lab network to the enterprise network through a single controlled connection.

The integration of Tricentis Tosca Testsuite with CloudMonkey LabManager provides enterprise customers with a number of advantages. Since it resides behind the safety of the customer's firewall, the on-premises solution ensures the complete physical security of mobile devices; it also provides remote device access for the entire company. Users can run continuous integration (CI) tests automatically from their CI systems and run their automated tests from Tricentis Tosca Testsuite.

"Effective applications are, in essence, the heart of enterprise business today, and mobile deployments are powering more and more transactions daily," said Sandeep Johri, CEO, Tricentis. "By partnering with CloudMonkey Mobile, the world's leading enterprises will be able to ensure both a rapid delivery of functioning applications that support business goals as well as a seamless end-user experience."

"Mobile apps are putting engagement and interaction in millions of hands worldwide every day," said Stu Stern, CEO of CloudMonkey Mobile. "Tricentis and CloudMonkey Mobile create a real synergy for organizations committed to assuring a quality experience across a wide array of consumer devices".

Integrated Solution Addresses Test Lab Challenges
The integrated Tricentis Tosca Testsuite/CloudMonkey LabManager on-premises test lab addresses major challenges associated with developing mobile apps:

  • Manual mobile app development and testing is slow. The Tricentis/CloudMonkey Mobile solution replaces scripting technologies with a model-based approach, reducing the person-hours needed to test new applications and releases.
  • Changing or updating apps is difficult and time consuming. Now customers can make changes in the test model rather than in the test script. This not only allows for quicker updates but also lets business owners make the changes themselves.
  • New devices and new OS versions are available every week. By enabling a simple plug-and-play onboarding for new devices, the Tricentis/CloudMonkey Mobile solution allows each organization to quickly adjust their test coverage to market needs.
  • Developers do not know the level of risk coverage from either a technical or a business perspective. By leveraging the Tricentis Risk Coverage Optimizer, customers can visualize the level of defect risk and therefore minimize the level of business risk.
  • Security is ensured. Test departments can centrally manage devices, allowing the IT security department to apply any security measures required.
  • The CloudMonkey LabManager provides remote access from any desktop to any Lab device, for manual testing or automated test failure analysis, enabling rapid resolution of device-specific issues.

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About Tricentis
Tricentis provides the leading enterprise software testing solutions for Global 2000 companies to accelerate business innovation. Tricentis' unique model-based testing automation approach to software testing enables enterprises to achieve unprecedented automation rates while minimizing business-related risks. Tricentis solutions empower organizations to systematically align software testing with business needs, so they can harness technology change while optimizing cost and efficiency. The company's more than 400 customers include global brands such as Allianz, BMW, Deutsche Bank, HBO, Orange, Siemens, Southwest, Swiss Re, and UBS. Tricentis also has the highest customer renewal rate in the industry, at more than 98 percent, and its industry awards include Best in Test 2013. Gartner recognizes Tricentis as a visionary in the recent 2013 Magic Quadrant for Integrated Software Quality Suites. A fast growing, privately held company, Tricentis has offices in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the UK, the Netherlands, the United States, Australia, and Singapore. To learn more, visit or Contact Sales or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

About CloudMonkey Mobile
CloudMonkey Mobile is dedicated to helping our customers achieve stellar application quality while moving at agile speed. CloudMonkey tools are used every day by teams worldwide to help create the mobile apps we depend on. CloudMonkey Mobile is the creator of CloudMonkey LabManager, a complete mobile-test platform offering shared access for manual and automated testing on dozens of mobile devices. To learn more, visit

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