Typemock Reports Revenue Growth of 113 Percent in Q3 2012 Versus Q3 2011
Rapid growth propelled by increased demand for enterprise unit testing tools and better bug prevention
Unit testing is on the rise as businesses recognize the potential effects from coding errors. Financial institutions and security companies frequently see the financial impact of software bugs. This has led to increased demand for unit testing tools.
Typemock recently noted that new customers from the financial sector made up about 15 percent of new unit testing demand in 2012 and security companies made up approximately 10 percent. With Typemock Isolator, companies are able to design better software, prevent bugs, create working software, and release to market quicker.
"Unit testing is increasingly recognized as a must-have for software developers and companies that care about their customers and thus the code quality of their applications. Typemock's dedication to providing the best tools for unit testing and code quality has positively impacted the success of Typemock and our continued growth," said Eli Lopian, founder and CEO of Typemock. "Agile has gone mainstream and adoption is on the rise. Organizations now realize that they cannot maintain the development speed of Agile without unit testing. Typemock is the pioneer and leader in enterprise unit testing, which is why many of the world's largest companies choose us for their unit testing needs."
For more information about Typemock's unit testing tools, please see: http://www.typemock.com/isolator-product-page
The Isolator tool family enables easy unit testing of any .NET or C/C++ code (including legacy code and unwritten code).
Typemock was conceived in 2004 to help programmers become Agile through easy unit testing. Since the launch of the first version of Typemock Isolator in 2006, thousands of companies around the world use Typemock tools to make unit testing easy and to prevent bugs. Typemock users are developers from a wide range of sectors - such as defense, medical, and finance - that demand exceptionally high standards of quality and minimum bugs.
Typemock is a privately funded company. See www.typemock.com.