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Happiest Minds Joins Forces with AutonomIQ

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Happiest Minds Technologies Limited, a Bangalore based IT solutions company, collaborates with AutonomIQ, a California-based cloud platform that uses AI and machine learning for autonomous testing solutions. The emerging tech players look forward to accelerate the enterprise digital transformation journey using autonomous testing capabilities by developing a new solution. The new solution amalgamates artificial intelligence, machine learning and intelligent automation capabilities of AutonomIQ’s autonomous testing platform and Happiest Minds deep roots on digital technologies, solutions and services, along with domain expertise.

In a statement, Rajiv Shah, CEO, Digital Business

Services, Happiest Minds, said, “Integration of AutonomIQ’s Autonomous Testing platform with Happiest Minds platform helps accelerate the value realization of the digital transformation projects of our customers. Happiest Minds works with niche partners like AutonomIQ to create a connected partner ecosystem and deliver a sustainable digital transformation to its customers. We believe in helping customers meet their business goals by ‘delivering digital capital’ at each step of their digital journey through outcomes and insights.”

Founded in 2011, Happiest Minds had filed its IPO in September


“Improve software agility without compromising software quality has been one of the core design principles behind the product vision of AutonomIQ. We have seen customers moving from Selenium to AutonomIQ and achieved upto 10x improvement in Automation Script generation & self-healing of the Scripts,” says Ram Shanmugam, Co-Founder & CEO of AutonomIQ.

Founded in 2011, Happiest Minds had filed its IPO in September. The company had manifested a stellar debut in the stock market. From its fixed prices of Rs.165-166 per equity share, implicating an upper end offering values of Rs.702 crore, the company achieved a staggering premium of 110.84 percent from its initial share price, listing at Rs.350 per share. The ₹702 crore IPO was subscribed 150.98 times during its three-day sale on BSE, making it one of the most successful IPOs of the decade. The company traded with the symbol HAPPSTMNDS.

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