BMM Testlabs announced on Sunday it had chosen Moncton, in New Brunswick, Canada as its worldwide “test automation centre of excellence” for its quality assurance and other processes.
BMM Testlabs is the branding for BMM International LLC, a privately held gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy. BMM Testlabs, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States, already has an office in Moncton. In Asia, the testing lab has offices in Macau and Singapore.
Jean Corriveau, vice president, operations Canada of BMM Testlabs, was cited in the announcement as saying that the new test automation centre is the “perfect addition” to the firm’s “thriving Moncton business”.
“Automation is on a fast growth path and is evolving the testing landscape considerably,” said Mr Corriveau. He added, referring first to slot machine products for commercial casinos and tribal casinos respectively: “BMM has performed multiple automation projects spanning Class II, Class III, skill-based games, lottery and video lottery terminal (VLT) over the last year alone.”
The announcement also noted a BMM Testlabs pledge to continue investing in vocational education programmes for the testing sector. The firm has an existing partnership with the University of New Brunswick and New Brunswick Community College (NBCC).
Linda Lemieux, senior vice president of BMM Testlabs, noted in the announcement that the firm’s services included “automation strategy consulting, automation test development programming; automation frameworks and tools; automation execution, reports and metrics; and automation maintenance”.
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