Keynote DeviceAnywhere

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Keynote DeviceAnywhere
Industry Enterprise Software
Software Testing
Quality Assurance
Founded 2003
Headquarters San Mateo, California, USA
Area served Worldwide
Products Device Planner
Test Planner
Test Center Enterprise Interactive
Test Center Enterprise Automation
Test Center Enterprise Monitoring
Test Center
Owners Keynote Systems, Inc., San Mateo, California, USA, (NASDAQ: KEYN)
Employees 119 (2011)
Website www.keynote.com

Keynote DeviceAnywhere, now known as Keynote Mobile Testing, is a solution made by Keynote Systems, Inc. that provides a service for planning, testing and monitoring the functionality, usability, performance and availability of mobile apps and websites.[1][2][3]

Mobile App Lifecycle Management[edit]

Key Partnerships[edit]

HP[edit]

Keynote DeviceAnywhere provides an integrated solution for HP's Functional Testing (QTP) and HP Quality Center (QC). The add-in allows developers to run complex test scenarios from QTP/QC in DeviceAnywhere Test Center and DeviceAnywhere Test Automation for Smart Devices and receive the results back into QC/QTP.

IBM[edit]

The Keynote DeviceAnywhere and IBM Rational Quality Manager integration allows companies using RQM as their test management system to test their products on real mobile devices.[4] All results (script steps, test pass/fail results) are tracked by RQM and are available through the RQM interface (including screenshots of the mobile device's screen at every step along the way to help with auditing and/or debugging).

History[edit]

The company was founded in April 2003 by CEO Faraz Syed and CTO David J. Marsyla, who jointly created the first remote access service for mobile devices. It was backed by Motorola Ventures and France Telecom’s venture subsidiary, Innovacom. Keyur Patel, the asian media moghul and billionaire supported the company in its early stages and acted as advisor to the CEO.

  • July 2004: First production release of DeviceAnywhere product
  • December 2004: Partnership agreement with Motorola announced
  • April 2005: First round of funding completed with Innovacom as lead investor
  • November 2005: Expansion to EMEA market announced
  • December 2006: Second round of funding completed with Motorola Ventures as lead investor
  • February 2007: Office opened in London
  • February 2007: DeviceAnywhere awarded Mobile Monday Global Peer Award for Community Favorite
  • March 2007: DeviceAnywhere awarded Frost & Sullivan Mobility Award for Best User Experience Management
  • March 2007: DeviceAnywhere reaches 1000 customer landmark
  • May 2007: DeviceAnywhere announces partnership with Sprint
  • April 2008: FierceWireless names DeviceAnywhere as one of its “Fierce 15"
  • January 2009: DeviceAnywhere named top mobile banking development tool of 2008
  • June 2009: Technology partnership with IBM announced
  • July 2009: Facebook named as DeviceAnywhere customer
  • August 2009: DeviceAnywhere named to Inc 500 list of fastest-growing private companies
  • September 2009: DeviceAnywhere named to Software 500 list of fastest-growing software companies
  • September 2009: DeviceAnywhere names new mobile healthcare customers
  • October 2009: DeviceAnywhere named 16th fastest-growing company in Silicon Valley
  • March 2010: DeviceAnywhere releases first “Mobile Metrics” report of mobile development trends
  • September 2010: DeviceAnywhere releases first European “Mobile Metrics” report of mobile development trends
  • October 2010: DeviceAnywhere launches Test Automation for Smart Devices to enterprise market
  • October 2010: DeviceAnywhere CEO addresses CTIA on challenges of managing remote workforces
  • January 2011: DeviceAnywhere launches first package for tablet devices
  • February 2011: Alcatel-Lucent announces technology partnership with DeviceAnywhere
  • March 2011: Test Automation for Smart Devices wins Mobility Award for enterprise mobile software innovation
  • September 2011: DeviceAnywhere Receives Frost & Sullivan’s 2011 Global Customer Value Enhancement Award for Mobile Application Lifecycle Management
  • October 2011: Keynote Systems Acquires DeviceAnywhere
  • October 2011: Keynote DeviceAnywhere Launches Device Planner for Mobile Apps[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fitchard, Kevin (2011-03-31). "Things you wanted to know about smartphone development (but because you don’t own testing labs, couldn’t ask)". Connected Planet. Retrieved 2012-01-05. 
  2. ^ Kaneshige, Tom (2010-11-01). "Emerging Tech: Disaster-Proof Your Mobile App Before Rollout". CIO. Retrieved 2012-01-05. 
  3. ^ Parker, Tammy (2010-09-08). "Cross-platform apps reflect new devices, higher expectations". FierceWireless. Retrieved 2012-01-05. 
  4. ^ Pereira, Daryl (2011-01-12). "Mobile application developers: test 'in the wild' with DeviceAnywhere (The Social Business Blog)". IBM developerWorks. Retrieved 2012-01-05. 

External links[edit]

  • Keynote Mobile Testing (DeviceAnywhere) website
  • DeviceAnywhere Current Mobility Blog