The Perfecto Story

Perfecto founders, Yoram Mizrachi and Eran Yaniv
Perfecto founders, Yoram Mizrachi and Eran Yaniv

We’re transforming the way businesses go digital by making continuous quality possible. The world’s leading brands trust Perfecto to test, monitor, and deliver better apps faster.

Eran Yaniv, Jacky Allal, and Yoram Mizrachi met at a mobile technology company called Exalink. Co-founded by Yoram, Exalink was acquired by Comverse in 2000, where Eran became VP of Product Marketing and Yoram was CTO of Comverse Mobile Data. Soon, the three noticed the limitations of mobile testing. Manual testing was slow. And tests often failed in real-world conditions.

In 2006, Eran, Jacky, and Yoram partnered to bring together the concepts of remote access and test automation, creating the Perfecto we know today. Perfecto was founded on one simple, yet critical, principle: Provide digital technology that helps enterprises achieve their goals and meet the expectations of their customers, and we will achieve our goals.

Enabling customers to accelerate their digital transformation and drive velocity throughout the DevOps pipeline is at the heart of everything we do. Perfecto helps customers achieve greatness without slowing down delivery by pairing continuous testing technology with our unparalleled expertise — it’s why the world’s largest enterprises rely on us for a stable, secure, and scalable way to achieve their testing and development goals.

In 2019, Perfecto became a part of Perforce, a global leader in software development lifecycleversion control, and code analysis software. The addition of Perfecto further expands Perforce’s DevOps at scale offerings for enterprises to achieve continuous testing across mobile and web applications.

Together with Perforce, we believe continuous testing and strong analytics are the foundation of an optimized DevOps process. To ensure that our customers, the global 5,000, can take full advantage of emerging technologies we continually innovate, developing solutions for IoT, voice activation, AI, and whatever comes next.