Sainte-Adele – Enzyme Testing Labs announced today the expansion of its international state-of-the art game testing facilities, with a new facility in Madrid, Spain. This 5500 square foot addition to the current facilities increases the total size of the game testing labs to over 28 000 square feet of fully equipped and secure lab space. Enzyme already has locations in Montreal, Sainte-Adele and Tokyo.
The new facility in Madrid will specialize in multilingual linguistic testing and hardware manufacturer terminology compliance pre-certification. The facility will be staffed by an additional 85 testers, dedicated technical and project management staff and a Studio Manager.
Miguel Sepúlveda will be heading up the new Madrid studio. He is a Quality Assurance veteran certified in Testing by the British Computer Society that brings with him a wealth of experience as the new Studio Manager for Enzyme Labs new Testing facility in Madrid. Before joining Enzyme Labs, Miguel held QA management positions with Lionbridge, Vodafone and EA. As a 14 year QA veteran, Miguel specializes in large scale multilingual quality assurance projects and has managed QA for software application blockbusters in a variety of different environments such as Windows, Apple, Mobile phones and most recently on all game consoles available from the major manufacturers. “I am very excited about joining such a dynamic company and dedicated team of professionals. I look forward to expanding our relationship and presence among European video game publishers and developers by continuing to deliver the highest level of game testing services to our customers which is an Enzyme Labs trademark”, said Miguel Sepúlveda about his recent appointment.
“At Enzyme, we have seen global demand increase for our services from existing and new clients alike. Our focus on quality and customer satisfaction has been our growth engine and we felt the time was right to expand our facilities in order to meet the demand from our customers. Our facilities on three continents permit us to serve our clients across a variety of time zones and provide us with more operational flexibility and effectiveness. We have forged a solid international reputation as a company that provides quality services and will continue to work with our customers and employees to maintain our position as one of the top game testing facilities in the world”, said Yan Cyr, President and CEO of Enzyme Testing Labs.
Enzyme Labs is dedicated to providing customers with quality multilingual game testing services as evidenced by our ISO 9001:2000 certification. Enzyme Labs is responding to increased global demand for its quality services by increasing the full-time staff to more than 450 fully trained multilingual testers available to publishers and developers for a complete range of video game testing services from pre-certification testing, focus groups, game evaluation to linguistic testing in over 16 languages.