Parasoft Takes More of the Manual Work out of Safety-Critical Software Compliance with New Automated Tool Qualification Workflow

Product Marketing Manager

We are a dynamic company located in the heart of Monrovia, CA with a strong vision, great people, and cutting-edge technologies. Our automated software testing products fill a critical and rapidly-expanding role in organizations around the world that demand agility and quality in the software they release to their customers.

Parasoft SOAtest & Virtualize (9.10.4) and the Parasoft Continuous Testing Platform (3.1.1)

The latest versions of Parasoft SOAtest and Parasoft Virtualize (9.10.4) and the Continuous Testing Platform (3.1.1) were released this week! We were happy to release some exciting new features, as well as continue to focus on all those little things that make our functional testing solution best-in-class.

These features and capabilities are focused around: 

Cisco's Java developers now benefit from automated configurations, fewer errors in their codebase, and a rich integration with the Eclipse IDE.

Product Manager - Embedded

Parasoft is the leading provider of software testing solutions that help users develop and test high quality embedded/safety-critical, IoT, and enterprise applications. We are a dynamic company with a strong vision, great people, and cutting-edge technology. Parasoft fills a critical and rapidly expanding role in a world where organizations demand agility and quality in the software they release to customers.

Learn how to maximize the benefits of microservices while meeting the testing challenges they introduce.

Webinar: Ease the Pain of Unit Testing with Guided Unit Test Creation

Unit testing has clear benefits, and although most development teams realize this, many are frustrated by the effort it takes to create and maintain unit tests. Despite existing tools that try to help, unit testing still requires a lot of manual, time-consuming, and often mind-numbing work before adding business logic to a test. As such, the intentions of great unit testing often break down, and development teams typically do the minimal amount of unit testing required, or skip it altogether.