Now Tech: Continuous Automation And Testing Services Providers, Q1 2021
POSTED : March 1, 2021
BY : Julie Donovan

Report includes Concentrix Catalyst as mid-size automation and testing service provider

Portland, Ore., (March 1, 2021) — Concentrix Catalyst, formerly PK, has been recognized by Forrester Research in its Now Tech: Continuous Automation and Testing Services Providers, Q1 2021 report as a mid-size service provider.

Forrester’s report is intended to help companies identify a diverse set of continuous automation testing (CAT) services vendors that vary by size, functionality, geography, and vertical market focus. The report is also useful for application development and delivery (AD&D) leaders to understand the value they can expect from a CAT provider.

The report, authored by Forrester’s Diego Lo Giudice, says that CAT service providers, “speed and scale your transition from waterfall to agile testing and from manual to automated testing while improving overall adoption of continuous testing. The result? You’ll improve quality at speed, not just speed.”

“At a time when companies need to realize digital transformation faster than ever, our team makes it possible by automating time and resource-intensive testing practices so organizations can focus on creating rich, high-quality customer experiences,” Raja Roy, EVP of Digital and Cloud Engineering at Concentrix Catalyst, said. “We’re proud to be included in Forrester’s report and we believe it validates our principles, outcome-driven automation, and experience engineering approach.”

Concentrix Catalyst crafts outcome-driven automation and continuous delivery strategies that empower clients to rapidly digitize operations and increase agility and performance across business units. Its unique approach to automation enables companies to transform critical functions and deliver better experiences to customers, partners and employees.

To learn more about Concentrix Catalyst’s automation and testing services and how companies can modernize, scale, and speed operations, visit