70% Lower maintenance on your Test Automation

Let’s take a real-life scenario from one of our banking customers. Their web banking application has an upcoming release which has a combination of bug fixes, enhancements, and certain API changes. Since it’s a fairly mature application, it has a repository of test assets with approximately 1000 manual test cases and 200 automation scripts. These assets are part of an ALM tool repository. These test assets in the past were tied to requirements, managed in a separate tool, however, during the years and multiple releases, the requirements traceability does not exist anymore. Test planning is kicked off, and it’s...

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