Charity of the Year – 300 Miles Cycling Challenge

Charity of the Year – 300 Miles Cycling Challenge

Telford, 30/06/22 – Charity of the Year – 300 Miles Cycling Challenge  As we are now halfway through 2022, we wanted to share an update on how our fundraising is going for our Charity of the Year. We have now raised a total of £4,159.75 and are incredibly proud of the...

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Charity of the Year – Race for Life

Charity of the Year – Race for Life

Telford, 29/05/22 – Charity of the Year – Race for Life On Sunday 29th of May, some of the nFocus team took part in their second fundraising event of the year, Race for Life. Following on from their successful March 10k Step challenge (raised £1,914.75),...

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Charity of the Year – 10k Step Challenge

Charity of the Year – 10k Step Challenge

Telford, 31/03/22 – Charity of the Year – 10k Step Challenge  nFocus have completed their ‘Walk All Over Cancer’ 10k step challenge in aid of Cancer Research UK. The team have been actively playing their part in raising money and walking 10,000...

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Digital Transformation Expo 2021

Digital Transformation Expo 2021

Making an exhibition of ourselves…at Digital Transformation Expo 2021  28/09/2021 – nFocus Testing, the longest established UK-owned testing services provider, are excited to announce that they will be returning to the Digital Transformation EXPO for their 2021 event...

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Make a Difference

Make a Difference

What does nFocus, the BBC and England rugby player, Maro Itoje have in common? They are all aware of the digital divide and are trying to make a difference.

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Runners up in the European Software Testing Awards 2020

Runners up in the European Software Testing Awards 2020

nFocus Testing, the longest established UK-owned testing services provider, are runners up in the European Software Testing Awards 2020, Leading Vendor category. Despite not being the winners this year, we are still very proud of the fact that we are still the first company to have won the Leading Vendor award on two separate occasions.

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