Corriveau: “Automation is on a fast growth path and is evolving the testing landscape considerably”
BMM Testlabs, the world’s best gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, is pleased to announce that it has selected Moncton, Canada, as its worldwide Test Automation Center of Excellence.
VP, Operations Canada, Jean Corriveau commented, “Automation is transforming the gaming business software development cycle with significant gains in productivity and reduction in time to market, increased predictability of quality, and improved consistency of products. Automation is on a fast growth path and is evolving the testing landscape considerably. BMM has performed multiple automation projects spanning Class II, Class III, Skill-Based Games, Lottery and VLT over the last year alone.”
Corriveau added, “BMM has been working with the University of New Brunswick and NBCC over the past few years and will continue to invest in educational programs to ensure the creation of qualified candidates for jobs in technology. BMM has employed many graduates to keep up with the industry’s growth. The Test Automation Center of Excellence is the perfect addition to our thriving Moncton business.”
SVP, Linda Lemieux added, “BMM’s extensive portfolio includes an array of automation services, including automation strategy consulting, automation test development programming; automation frameworks and tools; automation execution, reports, and metrics; and automation maintenance. BMM’s Test Automation Center of Excellence is already the go-to in the region.”
BMM is the longest established and most experienced private independent gaming certification lab in the world, providing professional technical and regulatory compliance services to the gaming industry since 1981.
At its core, BMM is a systems-expert company that has provided consulting for and tested many of the largest gaming networks and systems over the last 35 years. In addition BMM has been successfully testing and certifying the full scope of Class III casino products for over two decades.
BMM authored the first set of independent gaming standards in 1992 and the first set of online gaming standards in 2001. BMM employs some 300 people in 13 global locations and serves over 440 jurisdictions.
BMM’s world headquarters are in Las Vegas (USA), with offices in Mexico City (Mexico), Lima (Peru), Melbourne and Sydney (Australia), Singapore, Macau (SAR, China), Moncton (Canada), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Barcelona (Spain), Vienna (Austria), Bologna (Italy) and Midrand (South Africa). (E-01.08.18)