Mphasis signs deal with RBS to deliver transformation to testing services

Mphasis has signed a multi-year deal with Royal Bank of Scotland to deliver advanced transformation to testing services through its Testing Centre for Excellence (TCoE).
Mphasis Dinesh VenugopalThe collaboration will see Mphasis co-invest and co-create speed to market solutions.

Mphasis will leverage its transformation capabilities, including accelerated micro-services development, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), and DevOps integration, to provide User Interface (UI) enhancements, continuous improvement, environment management and automation-led efficiency gains.

RBS will benefit from automated testing that will optimise and streamline deliverables to provide full control of project scope, roll out new frameworks and tools.

Mphasis will leverage its TCoE capabilities to drive Test Management (strategy and planning in alignment with the production workload models), Centralised management and control of tooling strategy and support and Adoption and standardisation of tools and processes, including metrics definition and compliance

“We found Mphasis to be an agile, flexible technology partner well equipped to drive and implement next-gen practices at RBS. Their digital capabilities coupled with an impeccable track record for consistent service delivery, makes it a perfect partner for our transformation agenda,” said Trish Arksey, lending program director of RBS.

Dinesh Venugopal, president – Mphasis Direct and Digital, said: “We remain committed to the success of this transformational initiative through our unique TCoE offering, with a view to wider next-gen modernisation as the next logical phase in the longer term.”

Mphasis has been a technology partner of RBS, managing the performance and quality of critical applications at the group’s corporate and institutional banking divisions. Mphasis said its TCoE serves as a Test Innovation Hub and also manages new alliances and partnerships and enables companies to eventually transition to a TaaS (Testing-as-a-Service) model.