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Established in April 2000 as a technical software testing consultancy, NMQA has enjoyed fantastic success and in 2011 was listed in the ‘Sunday Times Tech Track 100’ as one of the UK’s fastest growing technology companies. Since 2007 NMQA have experienced rapid growth with two areas of the business standing out in particular; 'Digital' and 'IT Transformation'.  In 2012, the board of NMQA decided more success could be leveraged if the business was re-organised into two distinct vehicles focussing on these two specific areas of QA and software testing. This re-organisation will provide greater focus in each entity and with newly appointed management teams in each business, we expect the current rate of expansion to increase exponentially.

On 31st December 2013, NMQA ceased trading and all existing business was moved over to one of the following:

QAWorks is the new name for NMQA's Digital (web and mobile) testing practice, providing cost effective testing services for e-commerce businesses. With our comprehensive technology stack and focus on agile development methodologies our test engineers have access to the latest tablet and smartphone devices and focus specifically on open source test tools such as Selenium, Appium and Calabash. More info...
LeftShift is the new name for NMQA's IT Transformation practice providing testing services for enterprise level customers embarking on complex, large scale, integration projects. LeftShift have developed a methodology, specifically designed for use within service orientated architectures and message-based systems, with a heavy focus on service virtualisation and the provision of good test data.  More info...

Our test management software, QABook, is also evolving...

Now under the ownership of the QAWorks business, QABook is being enhanced to cater for more modern agile projects. Available on premise or in the cloud, you will soon be able to opt for an agile (scrum or kanban) project with epics, tasks, sprints, feature files, test scenarios and defects; or a traditional project with requirements, components, test cases and defects (including JIRA integration). As soon as this functionality is released details will be made available on the QABook website.

The re-organisation of NMQA has so far proved a very successful strategy. If you want to know more please visit one of the new websites or email us at info@nmqa.com and someone will make sure you're in contact with the correct party.