TestPlant recently moved into 7,800 square feet of office space at 2995 Wilderness Place in Boulder. (Courtesy TestPlant)

TestPlant establishes Americas HQ in Boulder

BOULDER — London-based software company TestPlant, which has had its developers based in Boulder since the company was formed in 2008, announced Wednesday that the firm has established a new Americas headquarters locally.

TestPlant, which most recently had both sales and development offices in Boulder in different locations, moved over the summer into a 7,800-square-foot space at 2995 Wilderness Place. The new office will host a range of functions, including sales, human resources, presales, support, development and marketing.

Chief people officer Liz Andora, who is based at the Boulder office, said the company has 35 employees locally, a figure that could grow to 40 or 42 by the end of the year and as large as 50 next year.

TestPlant, known for its eggPlant platform, makes software tools that automate the software testing process for enterprise customers in more than 40 countries.

A group that included CEO George Mackintosh bought software technology being developed in Boulder in 2008 that was used to found TestPlant. Andora declined to disclose revenue for the firm, but said the company now employs 83 people in all. TestPlant also has offices in San Francisco and Philadelphia.

“Boulder is a very fine city to live and work in and, as the spiritual home of eggPlant technology, it’s the perfect location for our Americas Headquarters,” Mackintosh said in a news release. “Now, we’re even more ready to scale up our operation to match the demand for solutions to deliver digital service assurance and systems engineering automation.”

BOULDER — London-based software company TestPlant, which has had its developers based in Boulder since the company was formed in 2008, announced Wednesday that the firm has established a new Americas headquarters locally.

TestPlant, which most recently had both sales and development offices in Boulder in different locations, moved over the summer into a 7,800-square-foot space at 2995 Wilderness Place. The new office will host a range of functions, including sales, human resources, presales, support, development and marketing.

Chief people officer Liz Andora, who is based at the Boulder office, said the company has 35 employees locally, a figure that could grow to 40 or 42 by the end of the year and as large as 50 next year.

TestPlant, known for its eggPlant platform, makes software tools that automate the software testing process for enterprise customers in more than 40 countries.

A group that included CEO George Mackintosh bought software technology being developed in Boulder in 2008 that was used to found TestPlant. Andora declined to disclose revenue for the firm, but said the company now employs 83 people in all. TestPlant also has offices in San Francisco and Philadelphia.

“Boulder is a very fine city to live and work in and, as the spiritual home of eggPlant technology, it’s the perfect location for our Americas Headquarters,” Mackintosh said in a news release. “Now, we’re even more ready to scale up our operation to match the demand for solutions to deliver digital service assurance and systems engineering automation.”