Ensure Remote Testing Doesn't Slow Down Your SDLC


Applause -- the leader in remote and distributed testing -- offers tips to keep testers on track.

How do you ensure that remote testing doesn’t slow down your software development? Applause is the pioneer and leader in remote and distributed testing, and after over a decade of managing nearly all-remote testing teams, we have some tips to help you transition to all-remote QA.

Watch our webinar with Chris Munroe, Applause’s VP of Testing Services and Community, and Lucas Dargis, Applause’s Director of Enterprise Delivery, to learn how development & QA teams can seamlessly handle the transition to remote work - and ensure that pace and quality of testing doesn’t slow down.

Register for this webinar to learn more about:

  • How remote testing exacerbates the problems you already have
  • Three best practices for remote testing
  • Why Applause is uniquely positioned to manage remote testing


Chris Munroe

Chris Munroe

VP of Testing Services and CommunityApplause

Chris has been with Applause for over eight years, and has been a Vice President with the company since 2015. Chris is responsible for overseeing Applause’s testing services and managing a team that is nearly entirely made up of remote employees. A resident of Holliston, Massachusetts, Chris is highly skilled in Agile methodologies, test automation, and QA testing.

Lucas Dargis

Lucas Dargis

Director of Enterprise DeliveryApplause

Lucas has been with Applause for over eight years, moving up from a Test Team Lead to now the Director of Enterprise Delivery, where he is responsible for ensuring Applause’s enterprise clients receive the testing services they need and optimize their users’ digital experiences. A resident of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Lucas has over 15 years of experience in software development and testing.


Applause is the worldwide leader in crowdsourced digital quality testing. With testers available on-demand around the globe, Applause provides brands with a full suite of testing and feedback capabilities. This approach drastically improves testing coverage, eliminates the limitations of offshoring and traditional QA labs, and speeds up time-to-market.