Test Management and Delivery

Flexible test management and delivery services from Ten10

Through our talented and passionate team of UK-based permanent people we provide a comprehensive portfolio of end-to-end test management and delivery services, available on an individual project basis or as part of an ongoing managed test service.

 

Our expert-led blended teams enable the necessary skills and capabilities to be employed whilst remaining cost-effective.

 

Clients benefit from maximum flexibility with options for onsite, offsite (onshore) or hybrid models of delivery to meet their individual needs.

“We found that Ten10’s knowledge of what they were doing was very good.

 

Their performance testing was notably good and it was recognised internally that it was a job well done – I think that they gave us results we weren’t expecting and they challenged us which we appreciated. We were very happy with the results.”

Test Manager, A multinational professional services organisation

Benefits

  • Delivered by talented and passionate, permanent Ten10 Consultants

  • On or offsite test teams or even a hybrid delivery model for complete flexibility

  • Deployed at the pace that’s right for each client

  • Project-based or long-term fully managed services available

  • Blended teams ensure the necessary skills at provided cost-effectively

  • Expert-led, end-to-end testing solutions across the different testing disciplines

Find out more about our test management and delivery services

Ten10 Delivery can be engaged for single projects right through to providing long-term fully managed test teams.

 

Our managed testing service can be employed either onsite, offsite or in a hybrid model, giving clients the necessary flexibility to meet their individual requirements.

 

To find out more about our managed test services and see how Ten10 Delivery can best meet your needs, please complete the short enquiry form and we will follow up with you shortly to learn more.

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Our Latest Posts

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    Monday 25th September 2017

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  • Types of Testing – An introduction to the different types of software testing

    Thursday 24th August 2017

    Introduction Testing is all about providing information to stakeholders about the quality of a system. There are a number of different types of testing that can be used to explore and test a system. The type of testing typically depends on what is actually being tested and the approach that is used to perform the…

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  • Is performance testing in non-representative environments a complete waste of time?

    Thursday 6th July 2017

    What is a non-representative test environment? It is highly unusual for performance testing to be carried out in a perfectly live-like environment.There are normally at least a couple of differences between performance test and the Live environment, such as data sizing, backup and storage infrastructure, interfaces to other (live) systems, or cross-site data logging and…

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  • IR35 – Don’t let the changes derail your delivery deadlines

    Tuesday 28th March 2017

    What is IR35? As of 6th April 2017, new rules come into place affecting contractors working in the public sector. IR35, also known as ‘intermediaries legislation’, is a set of rules that affect the tax and National Insurance contributions due by those who choose to work for a public sector client through an intermediary, such…

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  • How performance testing empowers business change

    Friday 24th March 2017

    The requirement for change We have all heard the quote “change is the only constant in life”, widely credited to the Greek philosopher Heraclitus. As is true in life, so is true in business. Change is inevitable. It has a whole host of drivers: Technology Regulations New markets New customers Competitors Patches and application upgrades…

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