QA veterans Marc Kent and Edd Buffery join the firm as new facilities opened in Warsaw and London

Testronic opens Polish branch, hires two new execs

Testronic Laboratories has expanded with the opening of a new branch in the Polish capital of Warsaw.

The QA and localisation specialist also has a new facility commissioned in London, and has hired two long-running QA experts to head up these new outfits. 

Marc Kent (pictured) will be in charge of the Warsaw office, while Edd Buffery will take over the new London branch. Both will report to director of operations Chris Bewick.

New CEO Brett Morris said: “Marc and Edd bring a wealth of localization experience to Testronic. By co-locating key European language testers with our 300 functionality testers in Warsaw, we’re delivering synergies that directly benefit our client base from a cost, efficiency and quality perspective.”

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