Our client, a $9 billion automotive safety system manufacturer, needed to quickly automate their build and test environment on a PC. Overall, the process called for integrating multiple PC tools and infrastructure to produce embedded software and test reports. All processes needed to validate embedded systems using a real-world hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulator. To complete this project in both a timely and cost-effective manner, the client knew they could count on Randstad Engineering Solutions.


  • provided senior engineers to architect, implement and build a Jenkins-based system for continuous integration environment and unit test framework
  • consulted on software development processes and DevOps
  • created scripts and tools to automate reporting and metrics generation
  • built a framework to fully automate product testing with HIL support


  • reduced number of engineers required to support the build and release of software
  • lowered customer build-cycle times and overall defect rate
  • allowed unit test and integration level testing to occur more often/earlier in process
  • produced required ISO 26262 and ASPICE-level compliant documentation to support certification