InnoWave’s recently launched InnSpect Box Solution at EVOLVE 2014

2014-11-03
InnoWave, Portuguese IT Company will present their recently launched InnSpect box solution at EVOLVE 2014 (12-14 November at Orlando, Florida).

InnSpect enables service providers and device manufacturers to automate complex test scenarios replicating user interactions and behaviours on Set-Top Boxes and mobile devices. InnSpect improves the quality of the tests and allows companies to bring innovations quicker to market, increasing profitability. The new box has a new design, it’s much easier to use and allows Multi-device connection.

According to Pedro Pinto, InnoWave’s Chief Technology Officer “The new InnSpect box is the result of a tremendous teamwork. Our main focus was usability and design, and I truly believe we delivered an amazing solution inspired by the best device designs in the world. We are very excited to show our solution at EVOLVE 2014, visit our stand, everybody is invited.”



InnSpect Key Benefits:
  •  Multi-device solution, support test Set-Top Boxes (STB’s), smartphones and tablets using the same solution
  • No scripting skills needed, access a cloud based web management portal for easy and intuitive test creation and macro recording
  •  Reduce testing cycle duration, improving time to market for launching new products
  • Access results in real-time, export detailed reports containing clear error identification
  •  Improve the user experience of product by measuring key UI actions and the quality of animations
For more than 6 years EVOLVE has provided Sigma’s partners the opportunity to connect with a growing number of top-tier service providers from around the world. In recent years, the event has drawn existing Sigma customers and prospects who are exploring ways to create, sell and deliver new products. The organization is expecting over 120 attendees this year.

For more information about InnSpect click here

More information about EVOLVE 2014 at http://evolve.sigma-systems.com

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