EPAM System’s Acquisition Of test IO


International legal practice Osborne Clarke has advised test IO on its acquisition by EPAM Systems. The parties have agreed not to disclose the investment amount.

test IO offers a SaaS crowdtest platform that enables software development teams to deliver higher quality software faster and more flexibly. The platform allows apps to be tested in real time by real people on real devices during the entire development cycle. test IO has managed to reduce costs by less than 80% and test time by 50% or more. The company’s global testing community ensures 24/7 on-demand availability and coverage across all major devices, operating systems and languages. test IO was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Berlin, Germany, with an office in Oakland, California.

EPAM Systems is a leading global provider of digital platform engineering and software development services, providing specialized technology solutions to many of the world’s leading companies. The company focuses on innovative and scalable software solutions that deliver results based on industry standards and customized technologies, tools and platforms to address business challenges. The focus is primarily on the financial services, travel and consumer, software and high-tech, life sciences and healthcare industries.

An Osborne Clarke team led by corporate and venture capital Partner Nicolas Gabrysch (Picture) advised test IO on the investment. The team included Konstantin Ewald, Rudolf Hübner, David Plitt and Mattis Aszmons.

Involved fees earner: Mattis Aszmons – Osborne Clarke; Konstantin Ewald – Osborne Clarke; Nicolas Gabrysch – Osborne Clarke; Rudolf Hübner – Osborne Clarke; David Plitt – Osborne Clarke;

Law Firms: Osborne Clarke;

Clients: test IO;