11 April, 2018

Edge Testing have made it on the Computing Digital Technology Leaders Awards 2018 shortlist

Tech Leaders Award

Edge Testing, a division of Eurofins Digital Testing, is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted as a finalist in the category ‘Best Place to Work’ for the Computing Digital Technology Leaders Awards 2018.

The Computing Digital Technology Leaders Awards exist to recognise the achievements of the individuals and companies who are really making it happen at the coal face of the digital technology stack: from website design and coding to UX and project management, from scrum masters and product managers, all the way up to the CDO.

The winners will be announced at a glamorous awards ceremony on Wednesday 04 July at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.

Richard Mort, New Business Director at Edge Testing, said: “We are delighted to be shortlisted as finalists, against tough competition, for the Digital Technology Leaders Awards. We pride ourselves in creating an environment which nurtures and supports the continuous development of our team. Without recruiting, retaining and nurturing the right talent we would not succeed in providing our world-class software testing services; this confirms that we are definitely going in the right direction.”

Edge Testing is one of the UK’s leading expert in providing outstanding software testing solutions and its focus is on recruiting and developing high calibre individuals who can provide a truly world class service to its customers.

The award winning company, which is listed on The Sunday Times Tech Track 100, is typically engaged when organisations are implementing a new system or making significant changes to an existing system, to ensure systems are fast, secure, available and work as expected in an increasingly complex and distributed digital age.

The company has quickly built up an excellent reputation with an enviable client list across financial services, telecommunications and media, utilities, retail and the public sector.


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