europoint - the company
Europoint Communications provides quality assurance,test management and technical consultancy for software and hardware projects across the UK. For more than 18 years, we have supplied high quality testing and development solutions to blue chip organisations in the public, financial, electricity and industrial sectors.
With a broad and knowledgeable technical skill base, we have also developed metrics packages for our clients allowing them to efficiently manage their testing projects.
our skill base
With wide-ranging management experience, strong technical working knowledge, and qualifications including ISEB Software Practitioner, PRINCE2, RESILIA and Agile Leadership, we can supply the necessary skills to match your requirements.
Founded in 1998, Europoint Communications prides itself in delivering professional, knowledgeable test resource to high-profile software delivery projects in the UK.
It has had clients such as AXELOS, Shiftpoint, Experian, Capita, Ecotricity, Logica Esis, Clerical Medical Investment Group, and The Environment Agency among its portfolio.
A key role was played in ensuring the successful delivery and continued smooth running of the Congestion Charging Scheme and Low Emission Zones in London for Transport for London through the Capita contract.
Now we are working with AXELOS to deliver Best Practice into organisations across the world, and to build an innovative and high quality integrated web platform for our partners and the global community of practitioners.
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Europoint Communications will be taking a break for a while, whilst Matthew Cunliffe explores new avenues of technology and career.
For Christmas 2014, Europoint Communications ran a poll asking you to vote for one of ten charities to receive a proportion of £5000 and Make a Difference. Thanks to you, the votes are now in, and we have now donated a total of £5004 (rounding up the amounts) to the ten charities below.
It’s not over. These charities need our help every day of the year, not just at Christmas. So why not, find out more about Make a Difference and donate?
This Christmas, we are giving away £5000 in total to ten chosen charities, and we’d like you to help us. From 1st December until 31st December 2014, you can vote for one of the ten charities to receive a proportion of the £5000. At the end of the month, the £5000 will be divided up amongst the ten charities based on the votes allocated.
Of course, we don’t want you to stop there! Whilst we’re giving away £5000, we’d like you to help match our donation by donating yourself to one, many, or even all of the charities listed below:
- Martin House
- Macmillan Cancer Support
- Médecins Sans Frontières
- Peak District Mountain Rescue Organisation
- YHA Breaks for Kids
So go on, make a difference this Christmas!
Matthew Cunliffe has worked in the software testing industry for over 19 years and continues to maintain a keen interest in the latest technical advances in both software and hardware.
With regular training to ensure that he remains in the top echelons of his profession, Matthew holds both ISEB Foundation and Practitioner Certificates in Software Testing, together with the PRINCE2 Foundation, Practitioner and Agile Practitioner certificates and RESILIA Foundation and Practitioner certificates. Having a strong technical knowledge has allowed Matthew to involve himself in all aspects of technical delivery, from design and architecture, Disaster Recovery and failover; through automated testing; development of metric gathering tools, Dashboards and test harnesses; project planning; test team management; and Quality Assurance.
With such a wide and varied skillset, Matthew is ideally placed to rapidly integrate into existing projects or introduce the appropriate quality processes into new. For an in depth view of Matthew’s skills and past client base, please take a few minutes to view his Curriculum Vitae below.
Matthew Cunliffe MA Technical Architect, QA and Test Consultant
Job Roles: Quality Assurance Manager, Test Manager, Technical Architect, Test Team Leader, Senior Test Analyst
Preferred Locations: East Midlands, London, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Coventry
- AXELOS PRINCE2 Foundation
- AXELOS PRINCE2 Practitioner
- AXELOS PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner
- AXELOS RESILIA Foundation
- AXELOS RESILIA Practitioner
- Gilb Agile Inspection Leader
- ISEB Practitioner in Software Testing
- ISEB Foundation in Software Testing
References available on request