QA and testing outfit adds 4,000 square foot to its premises - growth will aid client support

Enzyme Expands

Quebec-based game testing company Enzyme Testing Labs has expanded its premises, adding a 4,000 square foot property to its QA empire.

The new building, dubbed the ‘Enzyme Expansion Pack’ takes the firm’s business space up to 19,000 square feet. It features five new fully-equipped testing rooms, an ultra modern customer communication facility and new amenities for testers, including a cafeteria and games room.

Most importantly, the facility has space to host 100 more testing and technical staff, who should prove invaluable to Enzyme’s ambitions to serve the games industry.

“At Enzyme we have seen global demand increase for our services from exsiting and new clients alike. Our focus on quaity and customer satisfaction has been our growth engine and we felt the time was right to expand our facilities in order to meet the demand from our customers,” commented Enyme’s preident and chief executive officer, Yan Cyr.

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