TestFort is Transitioning to Remote Work During COVID-19 Quarantine

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TestFort’s Ukrainian offices have temporarily transitioned to remote work. This has been done as a preventative measure amid the spread of the COVID-19 virus to keep our QA engineers safe and healthy.

All of our managers, software testers, and QA engineers are fully prepared for remote work. Their remote server access, personal computers, as well as networking and communication workflows have been made in advance. 

Furthermore, many departments and individual teams have been implementing remote work as a regular practice within their day-to-day operations. 

“Remote work arrangements have been set in place since August, 2019 as an effort to ensure our testing teams’ ISO 27001 compliance,” says Oleg Sivograkov, COO of TestFort. “The transition of our testers to remote work will have little to no impact on their work and our daily operations.” 

All physical testing devices have been distributed to the QA engineers and testers that need them. For any individual devices that are required for multiple projects, safe handoff processes have been organized, and clients have been informed about potential delays for individual tests. 

We’d like to thank our clients for their understanding and our team for being able to transition to remote work so quickly and smoothly.

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