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LogicaCMG launches global testing

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Bangalore, July 25

LogicaCMG on Tuesday launched its global testing business to enable companies reduce product and software testing costs by 30 per cent. Testing is primarily conducted by the firm's 2,000 staff in Bangalore. Part of the centre is currently being expanded into a new dedicated 250-seat testing facility, called `Test-F'. `Test-F' will be a centre for software testing, productivity and effectiveness, offering cost-effective, shared services, delivered by testers certified to globally recognised ISEB / ISTQB-standards and trained in ITIL, the world's most widely accepted approach to IT service management, said Mr Rahul Patwardhan, CEO, GSD, LogicaCMG India.

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