Mastura Abu Samah
Having spent 9 years building foundation for the software testing ecosystem, MSTB passes responsibility on to MDEC to drive it further while it refocuses on its charter.
2017 has been a busy year for the Malaysian Software Testing Board as its president shares with Karamjit Singh.
Asia’s leading software testing conference is back for its 10th edition in Kuala Lumpur on all things to do with software quality.
MSTB’s QS product certification adds credence to Malaysian-made software.
Key driver for the software testing ecosystem in Malaysia aims to see testing become a culture in tech.
Leveraging on policy tools to support the creation of a strong pool of homegrown software testing companies is but one of a number of initiatives going on in Malaysia to build a software testing ecosystem.
The Malaysian Government has made software testing an important pillar of future economic growth, and aims to help local companies capture a slice of a US$30-billion market, writes Karamjit Singh.
The global software testing services market was valued at US$41.84 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach US$70.98 billion by 2018, growing with a compound annual growth rate of 11.15%, according to the Malaysian Software Testing Board (MSTB).
With the software testing market in Malaysia worth US$122 million a year, the Malaysian Software Testing Board is pushing ahead with its efforts to raise the bar for quality software in Malaysia and push the country from being a consumer to a producer of software.
The Malaysian Software Testing Board (MSTB) said its laboratory has obtained accreditation under international standards for testing and calibration laboratories.