What are the Main Benefits of Test Automation?

Save time: Generally increases the speed of the testing process and shortens the testing lifecycle.

  1. You can run scripts in the night, effectively giving you a day shift and night shift.
  2. You can run scripts on multiple machines-multiple platforms simultaneously.
  3. Scripts run faster than a manual tester.

Utilize manpower more effectively: Apply your skills and time where they are needed most.

  1. Manual testing can be used for new feature validation while automation can be used for regression.
  2. Most functional and regression testing can execute unattended.
  3. Focus efforts where you didn’t have time for before, such as performance and security.

Increase coverage: You can test how the software reacts under repeated execution of the same operations.

  1. Do the same tests on multiple Configurations, more configurations, more benefit here.
  2. Regression suites can cover every feature in your application which may be difficult to accomplish manually depending on your application’s size.
  3. Different versions can reuse the same automation code with minor modifications.

Of course, these are a given.

XBOSoft Test Automation Assessment

So, you’re aware of some of the benefits and issues, but don’t know how to:

  1. Increase Quality With Programmable Logic
  2. Develop a Test Automation Framework
  3. Choose the Right Automation Tool for YOUR Software

XBOSoft’s test automation assessment examines your software combined with your test automation objectives to develop a test automation strategy and action plan. We assess which parts are suitable for automated testing and which parts are not, while recommending the most appropriate set of tools and how to design and implement automation within the framework of your organization and its QA processes.

Key Benefits

  1. A customized software test automation strategy designed specifically for your product outlining which parts of the your software are suitable tor automation and which are best suited to manual testing combined with what tools are most appropriate.
  2. A phased assessment methodology with documentation provided after each stage.
  3. A ‘teach you how to fish’ approach through demonstration and practicality where you end up with a maintainable automation program.