ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - Sep 22, 2014) - QASymphony (, a leading provider of scalable QA software testing tools for agile developers and testers, today announced its CEO David Keil will be presenting the company value proposition and technology to an audience of private equity investors at the upcoming Venture Atlanta. The selective venture capital event will be held October 21-22 at the Georgia Aquarium. The conference anticipates 750 attendees including investors, Georgia entrepreneurs, senior technology executives and others interested in emerging companies.

QASymphony was selected as one of the 30 presenting companies from among the hundreds across the Southeast US that applied this year. Venture Atlanta connects Georgia's entrepreneurs with the capital they need to grow their businesses. Companies that have presented at Georgia venture conferences have raised more than $1 billion in seed and growth stage funding. For more information on Venture Atlanta, visit

"There is tremendous excitement around QASymphony because we are the only software testing platform that combines agile-based test management with our unique exploratory testing technology, allowing testers to work faster and to provide better information within the development cycle than they ever have before," said Dave Keil, QASymphony CEO. "We are fortunate to be able to leverage our founders' heritage and powerful domain expertise in testing to provide the ground-breaking testing tools that bring visibility and control back to Agile testing and help teams create better software."

With support for both scripted and exploratory testing, qTest is the only platform that lets agile development teams add innovative exploratory testing to manual and automated test management, creating a consolidated solution that accelerates the testing process to keep pace with today's rapid agile software development. qTest eXplorer, an add-on to qTest, automatically captures a tester's actions and can generate step-by-step documentation with screen captures. Together these integrated tools comprise a testing management platform that offers complete support for agile testing and provide the only consolidated testing platform to support both scripted and unscripted testing.

About CEO David Keil
David Keil was previously CEO of Digistrive, Inc. of Atlanta, a provider of e-commerce solutions to large membership based organizations recently acquired by Deem, Inc. Prior to that, Keil was CEO of Integrated Broadband Services, a software and services company. During his tenure at IBBS, the company doubled in size and completed two strategic acquisitions. Before joining IBBS, he served as Chief Strategy Officer and later as Senior President and General Manager at ChoicePoint, a NYSE global information services provider acquired by Lexis Nexis. He holds an MBA from The Wharton School and a BS in Applied Mathematics and Economics from Brown University.

About QASymphony
QASymphony's test management and agile testing solutions help teams create better software. With QASymphony's tools businesses can accelerate testing to keep up with the pace of today's development to ensure that productivity gains from agile development are matched with the oversight, visibility and control required to build quality software. Empowering quality software at companies such as Silverpop, BetterCloud, ExactTarget and Zappos, QASymphony enables teams to communicate and collaborate faster, bringing visibility and control back to the development and testing lifecycle. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.


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