How to join the NBS Beta Test Programme
If you would like to get involved with the development of our product range then please contact David Morris.
As part of the process of joining the programme you will be asked to sign a Mutual Confidentiality Agreement as you will be asked to preview innovative new developments to our product range. This agreement helps protect the interests of both the customer and NBS. In addition you will be asked to sign a Welcome agreement which outlines test activity and how prototypes will be delivered to you.
You can contribute to the development of our products in a number of ways:
- Test beta versions of our products before general release
- Comment upon new product designs early in development
- Review prototypes and comment upon new functionality to be introduced into the product range
- Provide 'real world' feedback on our product range before general release to compliment our internal testing.
NBS is keen that our customers contribute whatever they can in terms of time so we are looking to make it even easier for customers to get involved. For more information on remote testing via the test server, WebEx or mobile devices, please contact David Morris.
Find out more about the NBS Beta Test Programme
Role description for an NBS Beta Tester.
User profile for Russ Green of Origin 3 studio, a member of the NBS Beta Test Panel.
Frequently asked questions about the NBS Beta Test Programme.