Happiest Minds partners with AutonomIQ for autonomous testing capabilities

Happiest Minds partners with AutonomIQ for autonomous testing capabilities
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10 Nov, 2020

Information technology (IT) consulting and services company Happiest Minds has inked a partnership with San Francisco based machine learning (ML) firm AutonomIQ to bring autonomous testing capabilities to its digital transformation solutions.

The collaboration will combine artificial intelligence (AI), ML, and intelligent automation capabilities from AutonomIQ along with digital technologies from Happiest Minds to create enterprise digital transformation solutions, a statement said.

Rajiv Shah, CEO of digital business services at Bengaluru headquartered Happiest Minds said the integration of AutonomIQ's autonomous testing platform with Happiest Minds platform will help accelerate the firm’s customers with value realization of their digital transformation projects.

AutonomIQ is a cloud platform that enables product and IT teams to autonomously test, release and deploy software. With pre-built integrations to common web applications and software as a service (SaaS), customers can create test cases, generate test scripts and test data, and execute tests. With its deep learning capabilities and AI algorithms, AutonomIQ detects changes, enables self-healing for test assets and provides advanced diagnostics.

“Partnering with AutonomIQ helps us to deliver a seamless delivery and quality improvements to ensure the solutions delivered to our customers are maintenance free” Sandeep Agarwal, COO, digital business services, Happiest Minds, said.

Happiest Minds reported a 27.8% year-on-year (YoY) increase in net profit to Rs 34.08 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2020. The company, which launched an IPO on September 17, however, saw its consolidated net profit decline 32% sequentially from Rs 50.18 crore.

In an interview with TechCircle, senior executives at Happiest Minds said that the company was witnessing increased demand for SaaS products in the workspace collaboration segment.

It recently partnered with Michigan, United States-based Lakeside Software to provide workplace analytics using its SysTrack tool. 

Shelton, Connecticut based Veridify Security, which provides solutions for securing and managing low resource devices at the edge of Internet of Things (IoT), announced Happiest Minds Technologies as its global systems integrator partner.