In today’s fast-paced world, no one questions the overwhelming benefits of test automation. In a rapidly-moving environment, test automation ensures reliable test results, boosts the productivity of quality assurance and helps decision-makers lead with accurate and timely information. Now, new human-readable software tools have put the power of test automation into the hands of non-tech business testers.
Are you struggling to get all your code released? So are many others. The solution may be hiring a robot - a QA robot!
In the dynamic competitive arena of the future, global markets will no longer prosper with fixed and slow-moving networking structures. Companies that design and deliver digital services will no longer be able to go it alone! In an ecosystem, ERP project suppliers will need swarm intelligence to help them survive global competition.
Ecosystems are built on a foundation of shared goals and values. Without leadership, an ecosystem’s goals and its related benefits won’t be accomplished. As Katri Valkokari insightfully wrote, an ecosystem cannot be owned. Because ecosystems cannot be owned and because ecosystem leadership cannot be centralized, independent self-management is the only feasible leadership model in an ecosystem.
It is nice to maintain the fiction that we are responsible for our business and our clients’ customer experience. In reality, creating customer experience is rapidly developing so that less and less of it is in a company’s own hands, and even to the point where they lose direct contact with customer experience. Nowadays, companies mostly operate as part of a larger ecosystem in which customer experience depends on how different players in the ecosystem succeed in cooperation and in their own customer encounters.
If you’ve ever had anything to do with banking, financial services, insurance or even health care, chances are that you’ve unwittingly come within range of what’s known as RPA, or Robotic Process Automation.