Testing and Assurance

Reduce risk, minimise costly errors, protect the reputation of your organisation and maximise return on investment, with testing as a service (TaaS) from Hitachi Solutions.

Focus on what matters

Like most other organisations, yours is probably allocating a significant percentage of its IT budget to testing your business applications.

If you lack the capacity to complete structured testing within your IT projects, or have no structure or repeatable methodology, we can take on the burden of application testing, leaving you free to focus on your strategic vision and business objectives.

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A model approach to testing

Testing as a service is a key part of what we do, and we have developed a flexible and scalable outsourced delivery model which has helped hundreds of Microsoft Dynamics 365 customers achieve successful testing outcomes.

So, even if you believe you have a solid test strategy and some skills, we believe you could still benefit from our deep understanding of Microsoft technologies and operational experience.

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Reduce costs and increase confidence

The quality and depth of our team, along with our proven ability to test efficiently and resolve issues early, could reduce the significant percentage of IT budget most organisations allocate to testing.

With system problems, caused by insufficient testing, potentially having a negative impact on your customers, an investment in our services will increase confidence, enhance company credibility and see an improvement in your operational processes.

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A superior solution

It’s impossible to know how good your systems are until they’ve been tested thoroughly. But what if you’ve little or no experience in testing strategies or standards?

One solution is to choose our Testing as a service (TaaS), which has significant benefits over traditional testing methods. You’ll then be able to operate with the highest quality software, while ensuring your data and that of your customers is fully secure.

Our Testing and Assurance experts

Get to know just a few of our experts working with our Testing and Assurance solutions.

Neil Tarbitt

Neil Tarbitt

Senior Director

Currently heading up the Hitachi Solutions Testing European Practice, Neil started his career in Consultancy in the late 90s as a Software Developer. After 10 years of performing this role, he settled into Test Management. Neil is a passionate advocate of the benefits of performing testing properly!

Lucy Fields

Lucy Fields

Test Manager

Lucy has been managing multiple test streams and delivering CE implementations at Hitachi for over 6 years. She is passionate about quality assurance and ensures continuous lead and development in the team to the highest of standards, whilst delivering high-quality solutions and maintaining excellent and trusted relationships with many of our clients.

Mohammad Humzah

Mohammad Humzah

Lead Test Consultant

Mohammad has over 10 years of experience in Testing and Dynamics. Day to day, he is involved in transformation programmes supporting testing activities. He particularly enjoys working on assignments under duress in an assurance capacity; providing recommendations and driving actions to ensure project aims and objectives are achieved.

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“We are excited to be taking the InnOvaTe project to the next level with the support of Hitachi Solutions and Microsoft. Having a unified platform will allow our data to be used efficiently, accessed easily and ultimately be more helpful…”

David Grasty, Corporate Head of Digital Strategy and Portfolio, South London Partnership.

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