Reimagining How Software is Delivered with Stacy Kirk

Adam Torres and Stacy Kirk discuss a quality driven development process.

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Show Notes:

  • Digital solution
  • App testing
  • Quality driven development

We have all heard the horror stories of software development gone bad. Over budget, overdue and under performing. A nightmare for all involved. What if there was a different approach? In this episode, Adam Torres and Stacy Kirk, CEO & Founder at QualityWorks delve into her testing and quality focused process. 

About Stacy Kirk

An advocate of quality and process innovation in software development for over 20 years, Stacy Kirk is founder and CEO of QualityWorks Consulting Group, an international quality-driven software consulting firm revolutionizing how quality web and mobile applications are built and delivered.

In 2015, Stacy expanded QualityWorks to Jamaica where it operates as one of the fastest growing tech companies in the Caribbean, with a 400% growth of clients, staff, and revenue since the expansion.

About QualityWorks

QualityWorks is a quality-driven software consulting firm that creates tools, processes and frameworks that empower teams to develop and deliver cutting-edge software that increases productivity, drives revenue and reduces costs.

Founded in 2010, we are known as global leaders in DevOps best practices in Quality Assurance and in Node.js test consultancy.
With a team of passionate and highly skilled consultants, we offer services in the areas of
-Agile transformation (Project Management and Coaching)
-Mobile and web Test automation
-DevOps Consultancy
-Software development consultancy.

Our mission is to help businesses to achieve their goals by providing them with innovative software solutions that set the benchmark for quality, expertise and impeccable service. We are guided by the following values: Quality, Integrity, Teamwork, Innovation, Entrepreneurial Spirit.

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