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LambdaTest Integration With Paymo

Paymo Integration

San Francisco, 23rd October 2018, LambdaTest a globally renowned Cross Browser Testing platform, today announced its all new integration with Paymo project management tool. The release makes developers’ and testers’ lives easy, allowing them to instantly capture and share issues across teams within LambdaTest rather than switching between tools. Designed exclusively for developers, LambdaTest focus on finding ways to enhance team productivity by minimizing the back & forth time and ultimately push more quality code releases out, faster.

Finding and reporting a bug is the most important part of QA testing process making it time consuming and tiring. Testers are required to perform some tedious tasks like screenshotting software issues, annotating them with details and logging them manually so others can reproduce the bug and solve it.

LambdaTest integration with Paymo cuts down the bug filing process to minimum helping users to instantly mark a bug, assigning it to a member, mentioning the title and description directly while performing testing. All this with no additional setup allowing testers and developers to create a quality bug free website.

“LambdaTest believes in keeping with time and that is the reason why it keeps on enhancing and upgrading its software with all the latest development. Paymo integration is one of the key upgrade as it aims at reducing the testing and bug filing time significantly and easing the life of web developers and testers at the most.” Said Jay Singh, Co-Founder LambdaTest.


  1. Usability: Easily report any bug from LambdaTest itself without any third party application.
  2. Responsibility: Assign a bug to your team member for solving it.
  3. Rapidly Reproduce Bugs: Easily gain access to the same configuration of browser and/or device where the issue was found and jump directly on the bug.
  4. Quality Support: Access to LambdaTest 24/7 support team and documentation.

Exclusive Discount:

As a part of the partnership both LambdaTest and Paymo are offering amazing discount on new purchases. LambdaTest is offering 30% discount on its yearly plan, users can use ‘PAYMO30’ coupon code while checking out.

Paymo on the other hand is also offering XX% discount for new users. Users can use ‘COUPON CODE’ coupon code while checking out at Paymo Website.

Other Integrations:

Along with Paymo, LambdaTest offers a variety of other integrations to ease the life of developers and testers including JIRA, Asana, GitHub, Trello, Slack, VSTS, GitLab, BitBucket and TeamWork.

Pricing & Availability:

LambdaTest offers a try before buy offer where all its features are offered free of cost to all for sixty minutes divided in 10 minutes session per login. Users can also avail uninterrupted services at as low as $15 per month on a subscription basis.

About LambdaTest

LambdaTest is a platform that has eased the life of thousands of web testers and developers across the world. The company has provided a state of the art platform where a user can perform cross browser website testing on cloud. LambdaTest offers as many as 2000+ different browsers and system combinations to perform unique testing in just a few clicks. Its aggressive price plan is making it the first choice as it has acquired over 19000 users across 132 countries. Recently the company has updated its services to offer automated screenshot feature for locally hosted websites and even adding support for the latest Mac OS Mojave. In addition, the LambdaTest platform also has single click integration with popular project management and enterprise tools like Jira, Asana, Trello, Github, Gitlab, BitBucket, Slack, and Visual Studio Team Services.

For More Information Contact:

Jay Singh, Co-Founder LambdaTest

[email protected]