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MetLife and Infosys Webinar: QA Best Practices in Large-Scale Transformation Programs

Webinar Details | Webinar Overview | Speaker Profiles

Webinar Details

Date: May 24, 2012

Time: 14:00 EDT / 18:00 GMT

Duration: 1 hour

Speakers: Beth Parrish, Senior Project Lead, MetLife

Sugam Srivastava, Project Manager, Infosys Limited

Webinar Overview

During the webinar, you will learn how MetLife and Infosys successfully implemented a testing and transformation program for MetLife’s legacy systems, which led to enhanced quality, higher defect detection, and faster time-to-market.

Why Attend?

Register for the webinar to gain insight on the impact of quality assurance (QA) effectiveness in large-scale transformation programs.

Who Should Attend?

CXOs; managers and heads of IT or various lines of business; managers, senior managers and leads in software testing, quality assurance and project management.

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MetLife and Infosys Webinar

Speaker Profiles

Beth Parrish

Beth Parrish, Senior Project Lead, MetLife

Beth Parrish has more than 20 years of experience in operations, development, testing, and environment management in the insurance domain. She is currently responsible for strategy and planning of a transformation program at MetLife. Her areas of expertise include implementing the Six Sigma processes, centralization of QA functions, and setting up a test center of excellence (TCoE). In her previous role as QA manager, Beth implemented a CXO-level balanced scorecard to measure the centralized QA effectiveness across MetLife. She has also been an integral part of the TCoE implementation at MetLife.

Sugam Srivastava

Sugam Srivastava, Project Manager, Independent Validation and Testing Services, Infosys Limited

Sugam Srivastava has more than ten years of experience in validation and verification services. In his current role at Infosys, Sugam serves as a program manager for the testing of a large transformational program at a leading insurance firm. His areas of expertise include test management offices, TCoEs, early validation, and automation. He has helped set up a TCoE for a major insurance company and also implemented service-oriented architecture, test data management, and early automation for various projects.

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