India in Software Testing

$ 1 billion of $ 13 billion is accounted in India. Meanwhile, India is becoming one of the leading destinations for offshore testing, with market opportunities for the offshore software testing companies currently at $2 billion, and expected to rise to $8 billion by 2008. Most organizations are also realizing that software testing is becoming an independent professional discipline. It not only brings objectivity and transparency to defect reporting process, but also improves the core business strategy.Customers are ready to get their software tested by a company that has not played a part in the development process. Moreover it reduces costs by deploying cost-effective models and perceived risk of outsourcing testing is low, he remarked. While traditional Indian software service players have concentrated on the BFSI domain, Mercury and Polaris have gone way ahead to address multiple segments such as wireless, mobile and embedded systems

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