Webinar on an Adaptive Framework for Test Automation

In the last few years Software Functional Test Automation has grown leaps and bounds. UAT automation is as mainstream as any other type of testing. A lot of tools and practices have been developed to unify functional and automation testing such as “Given-When-Then” test cases. Nevertheless there is a lot of gap between functional testing and automation testing. Test Automation still requires a lot of manual functional intervention to be complete execution. Test case management, story validation and movement and automation test artefacts continue to be silos of their own.

In this homegrown framework at QA InfoTech, we have bridged this gap and created a mechanism to connect test automation with test cases management tool, agile board and defect management. We propose a way to make automation artefacts more accessible and integrated across the entire product team rather than merely the QA automation engineers. This is a generic framework that will integrate with any test management tool and defect management system. Our goal herein is to not only bring more transparency to automation suites but to also make them more visible and the complete test process more automated.

Join us to understand these problem statements and solution in greater detail and to see the implementation in action on 30th September. To view more details and register for the webinar, please visit this page.

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QA InfoTech

QA InfoTech

Established in 2003, with less than five testing experts, QA InfoTech has grown leaps and bounds with three QA Centers of Excellence globally; two of which are located in the hub of IT activity in India, Noida, and the other, our affiliate QA InfoTech Inc Michigan USA. In 2010 and 2011, QA InfoTech has been ranked in the top 100 places to work for in India.

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