January 12, 2006

SQA Brings on New VP to Meet Increasing Demand          

SQA has appointed Paul German as Vice President of Consulting Solutions. Paul will oversee the company's expanded line of software quality assurance (QA) consulting services. Designed to guide its clients to a new level of core competency in software quality, these services range from strategic assessments and planning, to long and short term project-based consulting, to customized project team deployment.


Paul's position was created in response to a growing need for flexible, customized QA service options as companies become more reliant on web-based and e-commerce applications. Together with SQA's existing team of staff augmentation experts, Paul will develop solutions that will further reduce the time and money SQA's clients spend on testing and implementing critical software applications.


"As the QA needs of our clients have grown more complex, they have looked to SQA to offer service options that optimize their performance," states SQA President, Norm Kelly. "Paul's impressive background and his extensive experience with IT and business strategy are ideal to maximize the time and cost saving benefits for SQA clients."


With over 13 years of experience, including more than 10 years of IT sales, marketing and business development, Paul brings high level software quality project expertise to SQA. Most recently serving as Manager of Solutions Development at Darwin Partners, Paul was the strategic influence in designing, implementing and growing the company's Enterprise Quality Management Practice.



SQA, headquartered in Providence, RI, provides a full range of software QA services including project-based solutions, custom-made teams and staff augmentation.  SQA's specific offerings include QA/Software Development Process Optimization, QA Organizational Strategy and Design and Test Automation Excellence.  SQA provides these services to industries including Financial Services, Information Technology, Healthcare, Manufacturing and Retail.



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