Financial Giant Renews Investment in Quality, Selects Agitar

Company Brings in Best of Breed Automated Java Unit Testing Solution

AUGUST 11, 2010 - CRANSTON, RI - As part of their ongoing commitment to continuous improvement and maintaining state-of-the-art technology and peerless customer service, one of the world’s top ranked financial firms has selected AgitarOne to improve the quality of their Java testing.

AgitarOne will be utilized in the development of an all new application. When the new project was given the green light, the project lead, a former Agitar user, was unwilling to settle for open source or other lesser solutions.

“Agitar has always been popular within the Java development corridors of the banking and finance industry. We are proud to have customers of this caliber who recognize that maintaining the highest standards of software testing, by utilizing the best solutions available, is not something to be forsaken during these tough times”, says David Belhumeur, CEO of Agitar Technologies. “I believe that companies who find a way to make these types of investments will be exceptionally well positioned when we exit this difficult economic cycle.”

“AgitarOne enables today’s development teams to catch defects early in the lifecycle, dramatically reducing the amount of bugs from development to QA,” says Agitar’s VP of Technology, Dale Brenneman. “This makes integration, system testing, and subsequent QA cycles faster and more predictable.”


About Agitar Technologies, Inc.
Using unprecedented JUnit Generation and software agitation techniques, and Java functional testing coverage capabilities, Agitar Technologies enables the enterprise to save time and money, releasing Java applications faster with fewer bugs. The “AgitarOne” product family enables software teams to create, use, and manage the extensive set of unit tests needed to be truly agile. Customers have cut legacy maintenance efforts by 50%, released new applications 30% faster with fewer bugs, and cut the cost of finding and fixing post-release bugs by 90%. Agitar Technologies is a privately-held company headquartered in Cranston, RI. For more information visit