Whitepaper: Automated Testing
Not Just a Quick Fix


It is amazing how often you hear that a management team is disappointed in the test tool that they bought. Is it the tool’s fault? Is it the tester’s fault? Or is it something else?
All too often automated testing is viewed as the solution to all testing woes yet is rarely given the resources or backing required for success.

In this paper, we have identified 5 areas that should be taken into consideration when looking to implement any type of test tool. These are based on experience gained over many test automation engagements.

The 5 areas to consider before jumping into test automation are:

  1. Expectations
  2. Processes
  3. Resources
  4. Tooling
  5. Outcomes
To ensure maximum benefit from automated testing, the process cannot be left to operate in a vacuum and needs to be integrated into an organisation’s development approach and lifecycle. To not do so can prove costly in both time and expense. Read this paper to learn more about how to avoid these unnecessary costs and get more from test automation.

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