Empirix Named TMC 2017 Communications Solutions Products of the Year Award Winner

Contact Center

Known as the gold standard of testing, Hammer Cloud Platform enables QA, DevOps and IT teams to test and optimize quality for voice applications, mobile applications and contact center systems in a robust and comprehensive manner—and, with its latest release, now faster than ever. As the industry leader and pioneer in the voice test automation space, Empirix is uniquely able to provide organizations with a complete understanding of their omni-channel customer experience, all in a single cloud solution optimized for regression testing, load testing, and on-going production monitoring.

25 Years of Empirix Hammer Test System

Celebration

A pioneer in this space, Empirix, through its powerful Hammer Cloud Platform, is uniquely able to provide organizations with complete understanding of how customers experience omnichannel applications, all in a single solution optimized for application test automation. Known as the gold standard of testing, the latest version of Hammer enables QA, DevOps and IT teams to test and optimize quality for voice applications, mobile applications and contact center systems in the most robust and comprehensive manner, faster than ever.

Hammer On-Demand Simplifies, Automates and Accelerates Regression Testing

Call Center Assurance

With Hammer Sprint, both expert and novice users can easily configure stories and test behavior, with hundreds of tests automatically executed in minutes to avoid errors and reduce cycles from weeks to hours. Automated reporting enables organizations to quickly identify problem areas and eliminate defects earlier in the development process, thereby reducing costs. In addition, operations teams can reuse test cases for production monitoring and alerting.

Customer-focused Test Automation in Agile Environments

Customers in Agile Environments

Companies migrating to an Agile development methodology have seen the benefits of accelerating deployments with smaller, more focused feature sets per release, but they have also experienced the pain of grouping those feature sets into workable code capable of being released to the public—without sacrificing quality.