Centercode Is A One Stop Shop For All Your Beta Testing Needs
April 08, 2021

Centercode Is A One Stop Shop For All Your Beta Testing Needs

Joy Trillet | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Centercode

My title is the Beta and Usability Testing Associate, and I currently run all end-to-end customer validation studies on our products post-launch. I use Centercode to conduct anywhere between 12 and 20 alpha/beta tests a year and give detailed feedback to stakeholders. My stakeholders include hardware product managers, software product managers, QA, Customer Support, Marketing, and Executive Leadership. Utilizing Centercode allows our team to catch bugs, Validate UI/UX, and gather additional insights early in the product development life cycle to ensure that we launch a great product.
  • One stop shop for all beta testing needs
  • Easy to use platform
  • Great customer support for beta managers
  • Great reporting tools
  • Interface allows beta managers to curate a test space specific to their companies needs
  • Great tool for recruitment
  • Some short cuts to curating test spaces
  • Not having to change survey links each new test, annoying if I am running 4-6 tests at a time
  • ability to segment iOS and Android feedback in one test space (I always have to run two tests every beta as my team wants to see iOS vs. Android specific feedback bc they are different experiences)
  • Launching products with less bugs
  • Acts as a gatekeeper for product launch
Centercode was the first and only interface we found for beta testing needs

Do you think Centercode delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Centercode's feature set?

Yes

Did Centercode live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Centercode go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Centercode again?

Yes

Centercode is a one-stop shop for all beta needs. From recruitment to reporting out they offer everything you could want or need in conducting a well-focused beta test.