Tricentis has announced that its annual Tricentis User Conference will be held in Pune and Bengaluru on June 12 and 14 respectively. The conference will offer a broad array of learning opportunities for the software testing community in India as well as the business and technology leaders in the country.
The conference aims to foster stronger and closer ties between software testers across the nation by providing an opportunity to enrich their understanding of software testing industry trends and best practices. The event will cover topics related to DevOps, software testing, RPA, QA, and software development. It will also include a variety of informative and interactive workshops, keynotes, and TEDx-like conversations from leading technology and business leaders.
“When it comes to developing a deep understanding of our industry, nothing can rival a face-to-face meeting. We want to create a forum for healthy discourse about impactful digital transformation, and what’s needed from the perspective of automation and continuous testing. This is why we welcome all software professionals to TUC-especiall those with an undying passion for quality in whatever software they use, test, or create,” explained Wolfgang Platz, Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Tricentis.
Platz will be joined by other industry leaders to discuss topics that are currently polarising the testing industry. The conference will include keynote addresses from more than 25 industry leaders including Ramesh Pai, Global Head at NextGen QA, Wipro; Nagabhushan Ramappa, Director at Hotstar; Prantik Biswas, Head of IS Testing CoE at Linde AG.
Last year’s inaugural TUC attracted more than 1000 attendees, and this year’s event is expected to draw more than 2000 market leaders. This includes customers like Linde AG, ANZ, Allianz, Philips and Varian Medical Systems who will be sharing their actionable insights around analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
The conference will also feature the Tricentis Testing Heroes program, which recognises the outstanding contributions of testers and QA professionals. Last year, Testing Heroes saw more than 52,000 votes come in from the supporters of 65 software testers across a number of categories.