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Accenture launches touch-less testing platform; to enable faster software testing

Accenture launches touch-less testing platform; to enable faster software testin

New Delhi [India], Apr 24 : Accenture on Monday announced the launch of its new platform for automated, analytics-driven software testing, after successfully completing pilots with 10 clients around the world.

The company's 'Touchless Testing Platform' brings together leading open source, commercial and Accenture proprietary tools and algorithms to automate a robust, touch-less testing process for software - all guided by artificial intelligence and analytics.

It allows testing teams to easily integrate tools from leading players such as Conformiq, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Intel Saffron, Sauce Labs, Tableau, Tricentis and Worksoft, along with key Accenture innovations, to bring new enterprise software solutions to market faster and with higher quality.

Accenture acquires Genfour, aims to strengthen intelligent automation services

Accenture acquires Genfour, aims to strengthen intelligent automation services

New Delhi [India], Apr. 4 : Accenture acquired UK-based Genfour, a pure play automation service provider with deep domain expertise and industry experience in assessing, implementing and managing automation solutions. The acquisition strengthens Accenture's capabilities as a leading provider of intelligent automation services. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The addition of Genfour expands Accenture's ability to apply intelligent automation solutions that help clients transform and re-engineer their business processes. Clients can take advantage of data-driven insights that enable faster, more informed business decisions and better quality of service to their customers.

Artificial Intelligence crucial for banks to transform customer experience: Accenture

Artificial Intelligence crucial for banks to transform customer experience

New Delhi [India], Mar. 29 : According to Accenture's latest report, banks should use artificial intelligence (AI) to help understand the intentions and emotions of customers and enable better interactions.

The report, titled Accenture Banking Technology Vision 2017, draws on the analysis of an advisory board comprising more than two dozen individuals, interviews with technology luminaries and industry experts, and results of a survey of more than 600 bankers.

According to the report, more than three-quarters (78 percent) of bankers globally and 87 percent in India believe that AI will enable simpler user interfaces that will help banks create a more human-like customer experience.

IT Services Macro Environment Result Preview : PINC Research

IT Services Macro Environment Result Preview : PINC ResearchAccenture recorded strong results with revenue growth of 12% YoY, which reflects strong demand for consulting and outsourcing. The US and APAC demonstrate strength with double digit growth. New bookings in outsourcing, a leading indicator, surged 28% YoY; this would benefit Indian IT vendors.

Increase in guidance for FY11

Accenture raised its full-year revenue guidance to 8-11% YoY growth from 7-10% earlier, on improved demand visibility. It also raised FY11 EPS guidance to USD3.08-3.16 from USD3-3.08 earlier.




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