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Fujitsu NZ Ltd. Forges Partnership with Original Software

Fujitsu New Zealand Ltd. Forges Partnership with Original Software

- Chooses new automation product to drive growth of testing services -

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Original Software, the global software quality company, has today announced a strategic partnership with Fujitsu New Zealand Ltd.

“Companies the world over are realizing they are no longer restricted to the technical automation tools that have been found to be too slow for many of today’s software projects. We are delighted to partner with Fujitsu New Zealand to bring rapid and agile test automation to the country.”

The New Zealand arm of the leading provider of IT products and services for the global marketplace has a large testing practice that is predominantly engaged in manual testing. Fujitsu’s intention is to grow an automated testing service through the use of Original Software’s ‘TestDrive’ automation product.

Paul Franey, team leader of software testing at Fujitsu New Zealand Ltd, commented: “Using Original Software, automation experts are far more productive than with traditional automation tools. This tie-up will help Fujitsu New Zealand deliver a rapid and significant return on investment to its test automation clients."

George Wilson, director at Original Software, said: “Companies the world over are realizing they are no longer restricted to the technical automation tools that have been found to be too slow for many of today’s software projects. We are delighted to partner with Fujitsu New Zealand to bring rapid and agile test automation to the country.”

About Original Software
Original Software enables organizations to meet their objectives more rapidly by delivering enterprise application functionality frequently and efficiently. Knowledge workers and IT professionals use our technology to streamline user acceptance testing, conference room pilots, manual and automated testing, project management, and regulatory audit of applications. The software provides the fastest way to capture and share business processes, validate application functionality, and manage projects in real-time. Customers report massive increases in productivity, enabling them to keep up with changing business needs while reducing cost. More than 400 organizations, of all sizes and industries and operating in over 30 countries count on Original Software every day. www.origsoft.com

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