Today, we’ve discussed with Mike Urbanovich, Head of testing department at a1qa, how to set up a solid test automation strategy.
Mike is responsible for high-level team coordination, projects management, accounts management, and coaching. With 9 years of experience in quality assurance, he supports the range of projects for the Fortune 500 list clients representing diverse industries and coordinates a big team of technical and non-technical specialists.
The recruitment industry has, like many service-based industries, benefitted immensely from the spread of digital tools and the integration of automation.
But as we sit on the cusp of Web 3.0, and as companies continue to rapidly digitise in the wake of COVID-19 and our new normal of hybrid working patterns and new candidate expectations, how will our industry – replete with numerous ATS providers and recruitment tech – continue to evolve?
It’s worth noting how employers are factoring in tech, and specifically AI, into the future of work.
Today, sales reps spend only 23% of their time on core sales activities and direct engagement with buyers. They spend an increasing amount of time on administrative chores like entering data into a growing number of disconnected sales tools.
Within a digitally competitive environment, IT systems and applications need to be as advanced, updated, and secure as possible. There is little room available for any delays. The main topic of discussion within the industry is the concern for organisations to balance quality and speed.
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