Acutest's success has been built on its reputation. Here are some of the things that Acutest's clients are saying about our work.

West Sussex County Council provides services for residents, business and visitors throughout the West Sussex region, and has a gross annual revenue spending of £1.2bn. As part of an ongoing cost reduction exercise, the Council was undertaking a number of changes to its internal processes supported by upgrades and expansion of its existing SAP systems.
The Post Office decided to outsource their technical testing. The demand for these services was intermittent and there was not the critical mass to create a career path in this area and retain and grow staff. Acutest were selected because of their proven ability in providing non functional testing services and their virtual team solution.
Acutest has helped Wales & West Utilities (WWU) to successfully launch its operation from a standing start in just eight months. WWU outsourced responsibility for its technical and business testing to Acutest in order to validate its ability to start trading without major risk and disruption.
Acutest provided Granada Learning, a leading educational multimedia company with performance testing centre to enable testing across new versions of Granada Learning’s enterprise learning management system - LearnWise.
The British Library was developing a single entry point for a number of its web resources. The single entry point was a turning point for the Library’s website, enabling users to search much more of the Library’s diverse content from its home page at
uSwitch embarked on upgrading their existing ASP architecture to a .NET solution. This included them rebuilding all of their core components and developing KPI’s to ensure that the investment provided improved performance, functionality and user experience.
AtosOrigin (Nordic) produces products that are sold as both off the shelf packages and with customised implementations. The development, testing and implementation involve many different teams spread across a number of locations. Atos Origin (Nordic) called in Acutest to review the testing approach to identify a unified way forward that would cost effectively reduce the time spent testing.
Richmond Council were implementing their largest programme of change for forty years, replacing the council benefit system and the financial management system as well as a number of smaller systems.
Testing that a series of new business critical applications would perform to the required level on the BAA Citrix infrastructure and would not have any adverse impact on the overall performance of the infrastructure and the existing services.
Teletext outsourced their testing services to independent testing consultancy, Acutest. Under the deal, Acutest take responsibility for delivering testing and assurance services as well as helping improve the way these services are used throughout the development lifecycle.

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