SQS India BFSI Limited is the leading Business Assurance and Testing Specialist focusing exclusively on the Financial Sector. With a successful track record of over 15 years, and more than 14 million person hours of Testing, the company has served 150 plus customers in APAC, USA, UK and Middle East.
It is a public company listed in both BSE and NSE with its registered office in Chennai. The company is ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certified, both its Chennai Test centers are SSAE 16/ISAE 3402 compliant and one of the centers is PCI:DSS compliant.
SQS India BFSI Limited helps clients reduce software product life cycle costs and develop ‘business ready software' within compressed timelines, through intense domain focus, structured software testing methodologies, offshore delivery, and test automation expertise. The company also has the distinction of maintaining high standards in execution, coverage, quality and confidentiality.
Its financial software testing services have helped system integrators and product development companies to achieve near defect-free rollouts of software products such as PRIME, TS2®, VisionPLUS®, Oracle FLEXCUBE®, T24, Equation, B@ncs24, CS Eximbills, FinnOne™, Kondor+, Pan Credit, TS2, Siebel, Newton, Kastle, Genius, Premia, MIDAS, ClarityQ and Finacle.
SQS India BFSI Limited is part of the SQS Group, the world's leading specialist in software quality.
Headquartered in Cologne, Germany, the company employs approximately 4,400 staff. SQS has offices in Germany, UK, US, Australia, Austria, Egypt, Finland, France, India, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland and UAE. In addition, SQS maintains a minority stake in a company in Portugal.
SQS is the first German company to have a primary listing on AIM (ticker: SQS.L), a market operated by the London Stock Exchange. In addition, SQS shares are also traded on the German Stock Exchange in Frankfurt am Main.
With over 10,000 completed projects under its belt, SQS has a strong client base, including half of the DAX 30, nearly a third of the STOXX 50 and 20 per cent of the FTSE 100 companies.