Eggplant has offices in London, Boulder, Colorado, Philadelphia, and Berlin, Germany, with additional development centers and regional offices around the world. Eggplant is backed by The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG).
Eggplant's products cover:
- Automated, AI-driven functional and usability testing
- Performance testing
- Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
- performance monitoring (real user and synthetic).
Many of these products work together. For example, real user journeys from monitoring can be used to build journeys for functional testing.
The company was originally founded in 2008 under the name Testplant. It was created to help organisations put users at the centre of software testing to create amazing digital experiences and drive user adoption, conversion, and retention. After an initial round of seed funding ($100,000), the company was able to invest in developing technologies ─ predominately the Digital Automation Intelligence Suite ─ which interacts with software exactly like a real user does. In 2018, the company rebranded as Eggplant to align with expansion and growth in the US market.
On 28 March 2018 Eggplant announced the acquisition of NCC Group’s Web Performance Division.
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