Webinar – How NeoLoad & Worksoft Certify Accelerate SAP Performance
Webinar
Wednesday, 4th Mar, 16:00h CET – 10:00am EST
How NeoLoad & Worksoft Certify Accelerate SAP Performance
 

Neotys & Worksoft have teamed up to deliver the perfect solution to help secure your journey to the Cloud, automating time-consuming elements of performance testing and enabling teams to reuse their functional tests assets as performance test scripts. This integrated solution will support not only simple web and mobile applications but also all your critical ERP systems such as SAP, Oracle, Siebel, Manhattan, and other COTS enterprise products.

During this webinar, you will see some key features of the integration between NeoLoad & Worksoft Certify:

 

  • How it converts functional tests to NeoLoad performance tests, minimizing the maintenance time of new versions of your customers’ scenarios
  • How you can help your customers to reduce their testing cycles, so they can validate the quality of their packaged app or web app.
Speaker
Henrik Rexed
Partner Solution Evangelist

Henrik is Performance Engineer at Neotys, a leading provider of load testing software. He has been orchestrating and conducting performance tests for over 10 years, delivering projects in all contexts including extremely large Cloud testing on the most demanding business areas such as trading applications, Video on Demand, sports websites, etc.
Prior to Neotys, Henrik worked as .NET architect for Logica and Performance testing expert on large accounts in a variety of industries including insurance, car industry, retail and energy. Amongst the numerous initiatives he worked on, Henrik has built the performance Center of Excellence (CoE) handling load testing of all the European branches of a major insurance company.

Speaker
Phil Bell
Solution Architect

Originating from rural Shropshire, Phil attended university in South Wales where he studied Media Technology. Phil has been in the software industry as a pre-sales consultant for 20 years. Prior to joining Worksoft in 2019, Phil served in similar roles at Metron Technology, Syncsort, and Computer Performance International. Phil is a keen motorsports fan and would happily talk about cars for hours.