Virgin Media provides fixed and mobile telephone, television, and broadband internet to both businesses and consumers in the United Kingdom. Keeping up with the explosive growth of the mobile market – and ensuring a consistently great user experience – has made mobile testing critical to both the protection of their brand image and their bottom line.
Watch this interview with Robert Randall, Test Technology Innovation Manager at Virgin Media, to learn how Perfecto has helped make their testing practices smarter and more efficient across the whole spectrum of technologies they cover.
Paychex, a leading provider of payroll, human resource, and benefits outsourcing solutions, offers its nearly 600,000 clients hybrid mobile apps for anytime/anywhere Payroll and HR-services productivity. Assuring consistent, high-quality user experiences across different mobile devices is a top priority.
By adopting Perfecto Mobile’s Test Automation, Paychex improved productivity and efficiencies through:
- Integration with their existing HP UFT test framework
- Shifting device lab management to the cloud
- Implementing device-agnostic test automation
With these changes, Paychex was now ready to support a more agile software development process.
R+V is one of the largest insurance companies in Germany, providing all types of insurance ranging from life and health to property and accident insurance. It employs over 14,000 people, serving more than eight million private and corporate customers. R+V’s brand has always been synonymous with quality and reliability. As the customer experience morphed into one with a digital focus, high-quality user experiences across different mobile devices, browsers and user conditions have become a top strategic direction for the cooperative insurance company.
For Elevate, a Texas-based online credit solutions company, the mobile web user experience has become increasingly critical to business success. Traffic to the Elevate website—where borrowers can apply for online credit solutions through two different products, Rise (a state-licensed installment loan) or Elastic (a bank issued line of credit)—has grown year-over-year, with mobile web traffic outpacing desktop web traffic. Currently, 60% of Elevate’s traffic comes from a mobile device – 80% from iOS devices and 18% from Samsung (Android) devices.