Amsterdam, NL – QualiTest Group, a global leader in Quality Assurance and Software Testing Services, announced the acquisition of Plusfort. Plusfort is a Dutch software testing company with strong local connections and vast experience in the local Dutch testing domain.
QualiTest has acquired all of Plusfort assets including its customer portfolio, employs and management team that will be joining the 8 years old QualiTest NL operation. Plusfort management team will join and expended QualiTest NL management team allowing them to offer a wider range of services and to accommodate the growing software testing needs of QualiTest NL customers. QualiTest group provides End-to-End testing solutions as well as SLA based managed testing services to hundreds of clients worldwide. This latest expansion in the Dutch market will allow QualiTest NL to better duplicate QualiTest global success and in the local Dutch arena.
This Plusfort acquisition follows the Four Oaks acquisition earlier this year. Four Oaks, founded in 2001, was one of the largest testing companies in the Netherlands with a strong presence in the government, retail, banking and insurance industries. QualiTest NL now comprised the original QualiTest team and the absorbed Four Oaks and Plusfort assets.
“With this acquisition QualiTest NL is rapidly becoming a major pure play testing company in the Netherlands” said Ayal Zylberman, QualiTest Group President, “QualiTest is already the world’s largest specialist testing firm, and we are working hard to gather the right assets that will allow us to continue grow our share of the Dutch testing market while introducing our unique approach and engagement models”.
“The decision to join forces was prompted by market demand for increased innovation in the managed testing services arena.” Said Hans Barendse, Plusfort CEO. “What each company brings to the table creates a synergy that allow QualiTest NL to strengthen its connection to local industry while introducing a stronger software testing provider to the Dutch market” He added.