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Mobile Labs and TestGrid to Present Test Automation Webinar

Mobile Labs’ and TestGrid’s CEOs will offer tips for enterprise mobility teams interested in test automation for mobile apps and mobile web

ATLANTA – February 20, 2018 – Mobile Labs, a leading provider of enterprise-grade mobile testing and development solutions, will co-present a webinar with its technology partner, TestGrid on Wednesday, February 28th at 1 p.m. ET. The CEO of Mobile Labs, Dan McFall will co-present with the CEO of TestGrid, Harry Rao.

The webinar presentation, “Considering Mobile Test Automation? Here’s How to Start,” will explore the benefits for mobile testers and quality assurance professionals who are considering mobile test automation in their mobile testing labs. McFall and Rao will offer key strategies that enterprise mobility professionals should consider for implementing test automation, tips for choosing the right automation tool, and share the benefits of a private mobile device cloud vs. a public cloud solution.

“Mobile test automation is a hot topic right now in our industry,” explained Mobile Labs’ CEO Dan McFall. “By presenting a webinar with TestGrid, we want to offer mobile testing teams the opportunity to benefit and to learn key strategies for implementating mobile test automation successfully.”

Mobile Labs’ flagship solution, deviceConnect™ is a private mobile device cloud that helps enterprise mobility teams manage mobile device sharing for agile development, testing and QA. Available as an on-premises or hosted solution, deviceConnect opens up the possibilities for developers and QA professionals to manage their mobile testing lab, including mobile test automation and Appium support, in the manner that best suits their needs.

TestGrid, a technology partner of Mobile Labs, offers large-scale enterprises and major businesses a simple and reliable end-to-end mobile app automated testing platform.

Registration and information about this webinar can be found on the event page.