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GLI Acquires SLI

GLI Acquires SLI

Leading gaming testing company Gaming Laboratories International announced the addition of SLI Global Solutions, a leader in quality assurance and software testing services, to its portfolio of companies.

“Just as GLI is recognized for its global leadership in gaming testing and professional services, SLI has long been recognized as the leader in government solutions, testing for certification of health IT, and voting system certification testing, software testing and quality assurance,” said GLI President and CEO James Maida.

“Those similarities extend to the culture of each company. With testing and certification at our core, both GLI and SLI have shared beliefs in excellence, passion and commitment to our clients and to providing the best services available anywhere. Moving forward together, we will share that culture and commitment to excellence, providing even more customers with broader levels of testing, certification and professional services.”

SLI President Mark Phillips said, “SLI has built a scalable delivery model using documented and repeatable processes delivered by highly credentialed and experienced staff and enhanced by innovative tools and techniques. Because of this, SLI has been able to provide significant value to both private and public sector clients as they develop their most strategic IT products. We are excited to join the GLI family of companies to rapidly scale and deliver these solutions to a much broader range of clients.”

SLI brings a broad portfolio of services and solutions to GLI including world-class software test automation, quality assurance, and independent verification and validation for commercial and government agencies.

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