Register now >>

The ever-evolving digital landscape has become a challenging frontier for many enterprises seeking to achieve quality engineering excellence and efficient digital delivery. Join us as we delve into an insightful discussion around these prevalent hurdles and potential solutions in our forthcoming webinar. We will explore the current market scenario, common organizational struggles, and how next-generation solutions can usher in a transformative wave in quality engineering.

Through various real-world case studies, we'll explore the core components of BlueSwan™, a progressive software testing platform. These components, including Verita, Praxia, CESA, Cesta, Velocita, Prudentia, iNSta, and Incight, have been designed to address these pain points.

With this session, we aim to equip you with knowledge and strategies to:

  • Hasten digital delivery
  • Enhance software quality
  • Cut down expenses
  • Provide remarkable customer experiences

Learn more about BlueSwan™ here.


Rajesh Sarangapani

Rajesh Sarangapani is the visionary Head of Innovation & Technology CoEs at Cigniti Technologies, the world's leading AI & IP-led Digital Assurance & Digital Engineering Services Company. With an illustrious career spanning 25 years, Rajesh has left an indelible mark as the architect behind Cigniti's groundbreaking Next Gen quality engineering platform, Blueswan.

A true pioneer in the field, Rajesh holds multiple patents in the quality engineering space, embodying his relentless pursuit of excellence. His unwavering commitment to quality "centric" approaches has revolutionized the industry, empowering clients to achieve exceptional IT and business outcomes through a Quality-First mindset.

August 9, 2023
11:00 AM EDT

*! This free training session is brought to you by TestGuild in collaboration with our partners at Cigniti. We solemnly swear your data will be as safe as Fort Knox with us. If you see us (or Cigniti) in your inbox dishing out some actionable test automation advice and don't like it - you can always unsubscribe. Also, we're not on speaking terms with spam. So we just totally avoid it now. ;) !*