Our use cases are execution on the cloud for web and mobile. With mobile, it could be different platforms, like iOS, and Android. We have functional execution and API test execution. That is primarily what I use Perfecto for. We have a software product that tests the product on different platforms of web and mobile. In an automated fashion, not just manually testing it but also with automating a lot of these scenarios where we execute them, Perfecto runs the execution for us against these different platforms.
We have 100-plus members registered with Perfecto who use the product at some point. There are multiple deployments across our departments. For example, at the Bank of Montreal, our everyday banking is one application that folks use to do banking. Then, we have other products like stocks, trading, and other products. There are multiple teams who use Perfecto, even though they fall under different suborganizations within the organization. It is open right now for anybody in the company to use it. At this point, there are 100-plus people using it, at least 30-plus teams who may have used it until now, and at least 18 to 20 teams actively using Perfecto within our organization.