SchemeServe, a leading cloud-based provider of insurance software, has today announced the appointment of Jessica Hill as an additional Quality Assurance Test Engineer.
Jessica will be responsible for testing software code releases as well as implementing robust automated testing frameworks for API development work, to enable secure and faster releases of code for brokers, translating innovation into sustainable, secure solutions.
The appointment is part of SchemeServe’s ongoing growth plans and recruitment drive announced earlier this year.
Adam Bishop, CEO & Founder of SchemeServe comments: “Brokers and insurers are passing a tipping point in their attitudes to technology. With so much potential for innovation in insurance, the race is on to deliver brokers with faster and better code, either to take the edge on the competition now, or simply to offer an all-round better customer experience. This makes quality assurance testing all the more vital.
Our engineers can work super hard all day innovating, but quality testing is the key to ensuring we can translate innovation into sustainable, secure solutions. I warmly welcome Jessica to the team.”
Jessica is an experienced Test Analyst, joining from Allpay Ltd, a company providing customers with options for paying bills online, and methods for collecting payments. As a Test Analyst in the Quality Assurance team she was responsible for manual and automated software, API, website, systems integration, and mobile app testing.
SchemeServe has continued its planned recruitment drive since it announced its growth targets at the start of the year. It has more than doubled its headcount in 12 months due to the continued demand from the industry for innovative cloud-based insurance software solutions. The SchemeServe platform enables clients to launch bespoke insurance products in a matter of days and at a fraction of the cost of the big software houses, without sacrificing on flexibility, customisation or user experience.