This roundtable discussion focuses on the challenges of on-premises and hybrid test infrastructure, the increasing importance of mobile application testing as a business-critical strategy, and how Sauce Labs Real Device Cloud can assist organizations in staying competitive in today's fast-paced global mobile market by enabling them to ship better code faster.
In this webinar, you will learn:
The top challenges for teams using on-premises or hybrid testing infrastructure
The economic and business drivers increasing the criticality of software testing
ESG’s validated benefits of Sauce Real Device Cloud for web and mobile application testing
Download ESG’s Economic Validation of Sauce Labs for the full analysis.
Nathan McAfee is a Senior Economic Analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group and has over 20 years of experience quantifying the economic impact of change. Prior to joining Enterprise Strategy Group, Nathan worked with Microsoft and as a high school aviation and robotics instructor.
Kristian DeVito is a Senior Solutions Engineer at Sauce Labs focused on providing value to customers and organizations through Sauce’s suite of quality based solutions. With both a background in Software Engineering and an MBA, she enjoys connecting the dots between technical and strategic initiatives, and helps translate business requirements into hands-on solutions. She loves the dynamic role of interacting with customers and helping them solve complex problems with the use of technology. When she’s not working, Kristian is an avid traveler, loves hiking and scuba diving, and curling up with a good book.
Wim Selles, currently serving as Staff Product Manager Mobile at Sauce Labs, has a 12-year track record in automation engineering. His history with Sauce Labs dates back to 2018, beginning as a Senior Solution Architect. A longtime Appium advocate, he is well-versed in helping customers navigate the maze of automation issues. Intrigued by the mobile space, Wim regularly undertakes his own technical investigations and even codes his own apps, aiming to fully grasp the challenges developers encounter.