Why should testing service companies make sure their testers are on the Official U.S. List of Certified and Credentialed Software Testers™?
Testing service companies can build sales when their testers appear on the Official U.S. List of Certified and Credentials Software Testers™
American companies look for software testers to appear on the Official U.S. List of Certified and Credentialed Software Testers™. When a tester appears on that list, it lets them know that the tester has successfully navigated the exam process in American English and passed the official American English ISTQB exam from ASTQB (ISTQB in the U.S.) and/or the official American English exam for AT*SQA micro-credentials or certifications. This proves their American English competency to a certain level and it demonstrates their commitment to working with their American software testing teams and managers.
American companies trust AT*SQA and ASTQB because they have been recognized by O*NET, the U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored career program, for their contributions to the software testing profession in the United States.
American employers also utilized a feature that is unique to the Official U.S. List of Certified and Credentialed Software Testers™. Only the testers on this list have earned Testing Tiers® software tester ranking points. This lets American companies determine the overall levels of software testers and compare testers when hiring for full-time and outsourced software tester roles.
Do you have questions about how your testers can appear on the Official U.S. List of Certified and Credentialed Software Testers™? Contact the friendly AT*SQA support team. We can make the process easy with onsite group exams and online exams.