Maveric Gets ISEB Accredition

by CXOtoday Staff    Mar 17, 2006

Software testing company of India, Maveric Systems, which focuses on the BFSI sector has announced that it has been accredited by Information Systems Examinations Board (ISEB) of the British Computer Society (BCS).

Through ISEB, BCS provide industry-recognized qualifications that measure competence, ability and performance in many areas of IS, with the aim of raising industry standards, promoting career development and providing competitive edge for employers.

The coveted ISEB accreditation affirms that Maveric has matured content, processes and delivery mechanisms for testing competency development.

Maveric has large presence in the UK and is in process of delivering pilots in the onsite-offshore model. The potential partners include renowned system integrators in the area of insurance, telecom and healthcare.

Ranga Reddy, CEO, Maveric Systems said, “UK is an extremely important market in Maveric’s growth strategy with our operations doubling every quarter. As competition becomes more intense in this geography, this acclaimed accreditation gives us a distinct advantage, as we are the only Indian company operating in UK with this accreditation.”

Reddy added, “Maveric has fully met its financial projections for 2005-06 and established a sound base in the Middle East and US. Projections for the next year are to the tune of 7 million dollars with a strong emphasis on offshore delivery. Further in 2006-07, we will be investing considerably in productisation of Maveric’s proprietary test frameworks, in the banking vertical.”

The Foundation Certificate in Software Testing offered by ISEB now has dual accreditation with the ISTQB (International Software Testing Qualifications Board) and successful candidates will receive certification with both ISEB and ISTQB recognition at the foundation level.