LegalMatch PHs holds software testing automation training and workshop

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IT professionals and students will have the opportunity to get one step closer to a career geared for Software Testing Automation as LegalMatch Philippines (LMPH) will hold a training and workshop on QA Automation this February 23, 2019.

“Intro to Software Testing Automation”, an introductory training and workshop on QA Automation, will present a high-level overview of the key principles of Automation Testing. This training is intended for professionals as well as graduating Information Technology, Computer Science, and Computer Engineering students.

Among the speakers of the event are members of the company’s Automation Team led by Em Galeon as well as Ildevic Remulta from the Cebu Innovation Network.

The half-day training will cover QA automation processes and resources, key individuals and their roles, career preparations, and many more.

This is the first training and workshop that LMPH organized for this year. Last year, the company successfully organized and hosted a number of IT-related trainings and workshops. These include Agile Essentials, Project Management, and SEO.

LMPH’s General Manager Christine Rom believes that it is the company’s responsibility to help grow and nurture the city’s IT talent pool; thus, LMPH will continue to help equip students and IT professionals with knowledge and skills that will help them in their careers.

Watch out for LegalMatch Philippines’ upcoming events by following their Facebook page at or email for inquiries on their next agile workshops. You can also call them at +63(32)266-3021 or drop by at their office at the 9th floor of the FLB Corporate Building. (PR)


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