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Auxenta: powering companies to innovate products with automated testing expertise

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There is a growing clamour for corporations to innovate across their products, markets and customer offerings. As a result of globalisation, in order to survive, companies have to go beyond the norm by investing in product innovation, market research, scientific testing and quality analysis to develop high-quality products at the lowest cost while bringing them to the market in the shortest possible time. Auxenta, a company that found success in streamlined testing, is instrumental in assisting organisations to ride the wave of innovation. Establishing its credentials in quality management and testing services, Auxenta is helping telcos, financial services and independent software vendors deliver flawless products and services with an enhanced customer experience. As a result of its clearly superior solutions, Auxenta was featured in the ‘CIO Review’ amongst ‘20 most promising quality management solutions providers of 2017’.

A key strength of Auxenta is its ability to assess the maturity of QA processes through a strong set of quality consultancy services. Its test automation frameworks and tools empower non-technical QA engineers to develop test automation scripts, which act as an accelerator for test automation with improved quality. The company is investing in building teams with high-end QA and testing skills. 

Auxenta Co-Founder and COO Chandana Ranasinghe elaborates: “Auxenta’s open source-based solution possesses the capability to build tools that can meet specific test automation needs. Using SpecFlow, Auxenta’s test automation framework defines, manages, and automatically executes human-readable acceptance tests using behaviour driven development and testing (BDD) technique. It describes the behaviour of clients’ systems using human-readable syntax, which is then bound to the application code to automate the testing of the system. Based on the current maturity level, Auxenta develops a roadmap for the client and systematically leverages Test Maturity Model integration (TMMi) to enable a testing centre of excellence and establish or enhance the QA CoE.”

Auxenta’s quality management and testing services facilitate a wide range of testing solutions to achieve never-before cost-effective software products. The company’s diverse testing services comprises of several core offerings designed to complement an organisation’s existing quality assurance activities, including test automation, performance testing, mobile application testing, and enterprise QA services. Auxenta assists clients to streamline API testing for a smarter and faster delivery as enterprises increasingly convert their traditional single-tier applications to multi-tier API-based applications. 

The company proved its expertise while helping an Asian telco to export over 1,000 internal APIs. The client was facing major hurdles while exporting the APIs as a service – since each of them had to go through a series of tests before being exposed to the market. The client’s traditional methods of manual testing were taking up to one year. Taking on the challenge, Auxenta developed a state-of-the-art API test automation tool specifically for this requirement and was able to automate the testing of more than 1,000 APIs. This tool not only brought down the time taken for testing from one year to less than a month, but it also enabled reusable capability. As a result of Auxenta’s expertise, the telco now possesses the ability to modify the developed APIs, revamp the tools, and instantly certify the APIs - helping them drastically reduce issues for end customers.

Auxenta’s proven QA framework boasts cutting-edge methodology and innovative QA tools. These are aimed at increasing the capacity of organisations, such as independent software providers as well as in-house clients’ end customers, to meet market demands while sustaining high quality. Auxenta’s vast portfolio not only covers consultation and development services for mobile applications, but also spans software development and testing services in all areas such as .NET and Java. 

By leveraging Microsoft Dynamics’ line of software applications, the company has further demonstrated expertise in functional consultancy as well as application development in CRM and ERP platforms. As a forerunner in innovation, Auxenta pioneered a Bitcoin-based solution in Sri Lanka using Block-chain Technology.


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