Vector, the German-based specialist for the development and test of automotive electronics, has acquired 100% of the shares of the French tool company Squoring Technologies. Squoring Technol ogies, based in Toulouse, specializes in monitoring software and system development projects in the aeronautics, aerospace, automotive, railway, and other sectors.
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mabl, a provider for machine learning based test automation, announced that it has raised $20M in Series B funding. The round was led by GV (formerly Google Ventures), with participation from existing investors CRV and Amplify Partners. mabl will use the proceeds to accelerate innovation aimed at making it easier to implement and maintain automated testing at Enterprise scale. As part of the investment, mabl will also significantly expand its go-to-market and customer success organizations.
SmartBear has decided to acquire Zephyr the vendor of test management tools. This was mainly motivated by the popularity of Zephyr for Jira on the Atlassian Marketplace where the tool is used by 18,000 teams. SmartBear said that it “will continue to extend and deepen the Zephyr product line and strengthen its relationship with Atlassian by leveraging SmartBear tools to bring more value to the users of the Atlassian Marketplace”.
Enov8 are delighted to announce that they have been nominated as the CIOReview Most Promising DevOps Tool 2018. A great success after originally being nominated as one of the Top 20. This award follows some of Enov8’s recent achievements which include various big wins with global enterprises (banking, telecom and retail) and significant partnership announcements with some of the world’s largest technology service provider.
Compuware has recently announced a product acquisition, enhancements to Topaz for Total Test and a partnership with Parasoft to improve the ability of large enterprises to embrace Agile and DevOps on their mainframes.
Cypress.io, an open source automated testing framework built for the web, has announced that it has secured $4 million in seed funding co-led by Las Olas Venture Capital and Bessemer Venture Partners. Previous investors Tech Square Ventures, BLH Ventures and Buckhead Investment Partners supported the round. The investment will be used to accelerate product development, sales growth and market expansion.
Tricentis and QASymphony have announced last their agreement to merge. Even if the official word is “merger” the new entity will be name Tricentis, Sandeep Johri, CEO of Tricentis, will be the CEO of “merged” company and the press releases states that “QASymphony’s 100+ employees will be joining Tricentis’ 450+ employees”. So that is not difficult to assume which company is the most powerful part of this “merger”.