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XBOSoft Launches New Company Website

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/21/14 -- Software testing and quality control firm, XBOSoft, announced today that they have launched a new, revamped company website. A spokesperson for the San Francisco based company said that the improvements, especially in the areas of design and functionality, now make the new website more seamless and on-brand.

Commenting on his company's new site, XBOSoft CEO Phillip Lew said, "We are very pleased with the final version of our new site. The new website, XBOSoft.com, more clearly demonstrates our understanding of our clients' problems and the issues facing them." Lew went on to note that among the many improvements to XBOSoft.com are integration with backend systems that enable faster client responses and easier and more clear navigation.

"The new site is mobile responsive, context driven and allows for a much more rewarding user experience," added Lew. In detailing what he means by context driven content Lew explained that the new XBOSoft website will show the most appropriate auxiliary content depending on where a user is on the site.

Other enhancements to XBOSoft.com are a stronger call to action, easier access to free resources such as white papers, case studies and contact information, and the new Pricing Inquiry form. On this page a visitor can submit a pricing request based on their responses to a short list of questions about the specific type of software testing help they require.

XBOSoft specializes in software test consulting and software testing including mobile application testing, usability testing services, web application testing as well as other function testing services.

About XBOSoft: XBOSoft is a San Francisco, CA software testing firm. The company was founded in 2006 and has offices in S.F, Amsterdam and Oslo. The focus of XBOSoft is to raise the quality of their clients' software throughout the entire quality lifecycle. From quality assurance assessments and advice on best practices, to implementing process improvements followed by continuous test execution, XBOSoft speeds products to market at the highest possible quality.

For more information about XBOSoft visit their website or call 408-980-7120.

Philip Lew
CEO
XBOSoft
640 Rocca Ave.
South San Francisco, CA 94080
408-980-7120
Email Contact
http://www.XBOSoft.com

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