Zoonou awarded ISTQB Gold Partnership

Zoonou are now accredited as ISTQB Gold Partners alongside our existing CPSA, CAST and CSTP certifications.

We’re delighted to announce that as of May 2018, Zoonou are now recognised by the UK Testing Board (UKTB) as an accredited International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB) Gold Partner.

This is great news for Zoonou and a major step forward in our relationship with the ISTQB and our alignment with internationally recognised standards in the testing industry.

Nick Turton, Zoonou Managing Director states,

“In achieving the status of Gold Partner with ISTQB we’re proud to acknowledge the great teamwork that’s a core part of our business, and pleased to see our testers rewarded with relevant certifications that set them aside as dedicated professionals within our industry.”

Zoonou also continues to build its experience and accreditations in other areas of quality assurance and testing. Members of our security testing team have recently achieved CREST Practitioner Security Analyst (CPSA) status, in addition to our existing CAST (Certified Application Security Tester) and CSTP (Certified Security Testing Professional) certification.

Nick Turton continues,

“We look forward to building upon our partnership with ISTQB and UKTB in the future. Relationships such as these help ensure our business provides the right training and accreditation to our testers; in turn helping us deliver a high quality service our clients can rely upon.”

Our accessibility, performance and automation services also continue to take strides to ensure we’re providing up to date and valuable services.

Well done and a big thank you to the whole team at Zoonou.

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