Test automation is meant to reduce the cost of testing, improve quality, and shorten time to value. It is possible to achieve all of these. Test automation has never been a silver bullet, though. Many automation efforts fail because of inflated expectations, wrong tools, and poor implementation.
Almost all software executives I speak with are struggling with speed. Everyone feels the pressure to deliver more value in a shorter time and faster cycle.
Here’s a challenge. How would you test an application that is supposed to check that an email address provided is a proper one? Similarly, how would you thoroughly test an application that takes an IBAN number? Or personal identity number? Or a VAT number? Or business ID? How would you identify a complete enough test set for testing the application?
TietoEVRY, a leading digital services and software company, and Qentinel, a leading provider of Robotic Software Testing solutions, announce partnership on Adaptive AUTOSAR software test automation.
Qentinel is "Member of the Month" at German Association for Software Quality and Training (ASQF). We are very happy being the first partner earning that title.