BMM Testlabs to exhibit at AGE 2017

BMM Testlabs, a gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, is exhibiting at the Australian Gaming Expo.

Kirk White, executive vice president and general manager, Australia Asia Pacific commented, "AGE is always an important event for BMM. Founded in Melbourne in 1981 BMM has grown to become the largest and most reliable independent test lab in the Asian Pacific region, with considerable knowledge of Australasian gaming markets."

White continued, "As gaming technologies are becoming more complex and entertaining, BMM has continually evolved our capabilities to maintain the quality and velocity of compliance evaluation and testing services that gaming manufacturers demand and rely on. As an ISTQB Platinum partner with BMM engineers around the world qualifying to ISTQB tester standards, we are able to fully align our testing capabilities to meet the needs of modern day gaming technologies."

White added, "Gaming manufacturers recognize the value of the quality testing services BMM provides. By continuing to make investments into testing tools and tester training combined with our extensive knowledge, skills and tools, BMM will continue to be the test lab of choice in the Australia, Asia-Pacific Region. We look forward to providing this expertise to visitors at AGE this year."

For more information, visit BMM during AGE 2017 at stand 346.

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