How does the Summit work


How does the Summit work?

Since inception The European Software Testing Awards judges; all senior testing managers, heads or directors had been tasked with selecting potential winners in one of the various award categories assigned to them based on their relevant experience. This process meant each judge viewed, assessed, and critiqued a vast number of cross sector projects submitted by organisations large and small from the European private and public sector.



Each entry submitted in to The European Software Testing Awards is strictly confidential, and all entries passed to the judges are stripped of company or product names to ensuring impartiality.



Each entry provided however, consists of up to 3000 words detailing information on the project criteria, the various challenges faced, overall management strategies, formulas and methodologies used in order to deliver each successful project.



By assessing and collating this data from the awards entries over last four years the judges are able to submit a detailed research piece for each of the 16 categories that include: Agile Testing, Mobile Testing, Test Automation and Testing Innovation. Each piece is then pulled together in to a complete research document that will be made available to each delegate of the European Software Testing Summit, as well as being distributed to the wider community.



No other software testing industry research can boast this level of in-depth knowledge or provide such a holistic view of the market, making the European Software Testing Summit a content exclusive for all involved.