Uri Agmon, top-tier executive, joins Typemock as President, to expand strategic partnerships.
Tel Aviv – November 18, 2013 – Typemock, (http://www.typemock.com/) the leading provider and pioneer of automated unit testing solutions, announced that Uri Agmon has joined Typemock as President. Mr. Agmon served as Managing Director of Mercury Interactive (Mercury Interactive was later acquired by HP for $4.5 Billion). He also served as Corporate VP at the Engineering Company, IMI. Uri Agmon is the second Mercury Interactive executive to join Typemock. Yuval Tsuk, former Regional Manager at Mercury, joined Typemock in March of this year.
Over the past few years there has been a significant rise in the number of enterprises integrating automated unit testing solutions into their R&D process at a strategic level, citing elevated productivity, bug reduction and accelerated time-to-market as top reasons for unit testing implementation. In order to tap into this ever-growing enterprise market, Typemock's team has been rapidly growing over the past two years, heavily investing in highly skilled personnel. Mr. Agmon will bring his high-level executive credentials and experience to further expand Typemock’s strategic alliances and partnerships.
Uri Agmon, Typemock President, said: “I am delighted to join the Typemock team at this exciting time for the company. As Agile methodologies for software development continue to move into the mainstream, I see tremendous potential for our fully automated unit testing solutions, already on the market, as well as our enterprise solution, currently in Beta with select customers. I have seen a growing trend of executives making the strategic decision to implement Agile practices and unit testing across their development teams, and I expect that trend to continue.”
Eli Lopian, Founder of Typemock, said: “Uri is the second Mercury Interactive executive to join Typemock in the last few months. This demonstrates that Typemock's vision is resonating with top-level industry executives that understand the full potential of our unit testing solutions, both for investors and customers of Typemock. I am delighted that Uri has decided to join us and I am sure that his work with our investors and partners will be a fruitful one. I wish him success in his new position.”
Typemock was conceived in 2005 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 have adopted Typemock's automated unit testing tools to ensure software agility and quality as well as to prevent code decay. Typemock users are programmers from a wide range of sectors – including defense, medical, and financial – that demand exceptionally high standards of quality and minimum bugs.
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