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Cygnet’s TestingWhiz Partners with LambdaTest for Crossbrowser Testing

Cygnet Infotech announces a collaboration with LambdaTest, a Cross Browser Testing Cloud. The partnership will strengthen their core competencies and will help enhance their businesses across the globe.

TestingWhiz is a codeless automation testing tool for Software, Web, Mobile, Database, Cloud, Web Services and API testing. It is pillared on a strong architecture combined with intuitive Automation Engine and a short learning curve that promises to take your test automation to the next level. Similarly, LambdaTest is a testing cloud platform and allows developers and tester to perform both automated and manual cross browser testing on 2000+ browsers & Operating Systems.

Commenting on this association, Niraj Hutheesing, Founder& MD, Cygnet Infotech said, “Automation is the need of the hour in today’s world and TestingWhiz’s codeless approach makes test automation easy for business users. This collaboration will be beneficial to both, with the vision of taking Test Automation to a different level. Extending the product lines to fit the latest evolutionary market, providing codeless and intuitive test automation as well as giving the flexibility to execute the test cases across 2000+ different browser configurations are some of the benefits that this partnership will bear for the global users.”

Asad Khan, CEO LambdaTest said, “At LambdaTest we are working towards building an integrated cloud-based ecosystem for all development and testing tasks. Our partnership with TestingWhiz is another step in that direction. We see a lot of potential in this partnership as users from both sides will be able to reduce their overall go-to market time by first creating their tests in a codeless manner using TestingWhiz and then cut down their test execution time by running multiple test suits in parallel on LambdaTest. The two platforms complement each other and will be a great value add to global users.”

Through this association, they hope to strengthen their crossbrowser testing on cloud.

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