Agiltima provided test management capability and a comprehensive programme test approach for the successful development and roll out of Whitbread’s new Hotel Management System across all 800 Premier Inns.
Working closely with and managing 3rd party vendors and internal teams across the UK and Europe the scope of testing included functional, performance and user experience.
Agiltima provided Project Management and Test expertise supporting one of the UK’s biggest Levelling Up infrastructure programmes. More than one million hard to reach homes and businesses will have next generation gigabit broadband built to them in the first phase of a £5 billion government infrastructure project.
Agiltima as an approved G Cloud supplier are providing Project Delivery, Operational Support and Software Testing expertise.
Dubai Expo 2020
Agiltima were selected as preferred QA partners to provide the functional, UX and usability testing skills and resource for the Dubai Expo 2020 DP World Pavilion. This included state of the art experiences and installations such as the incredible digital waterfall, motion sensor videos, and the 12 foot interactive Mobility Gallery table and LED.
HMCTS Divorce Service
Digitising and launching the award winning HMCTS Divorce service in 2019, Agiltima provided the core functional, performance and automation software testing skills to the team as well as Scrum management.
Working with Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service we helped transform the national online service for people wishing to apply to legally end their marriage or civil partnership and resolve financial issues.
HMCTS Video Hearings Service
Before the COVID-19 pandemic began, Agiltima had spent nearly 2 years helping to develop and test the use of video technology for live participation in hearings, as part of the video hearings project within the HMCTS Reform programme.
When the impacts of COVID-19 first hit the UK, the Ministry of Justice had to accelerate the programme and respond quickly, ramping up the use of remote hearings, working with the judiciary and legal professionals. This meant cases continued during the height of national lockdown. From mid-May to end of December 2020, audio or video remote hearings accounted for just over half of all hearings.