Why Automate Test Design?
The number of software applications, customer service portals, device types, and platforms has reached an all-time high. The need for reliable and efficient testing methods is more critical than ever before. Testing complexity and requirements are growing exponentially. Yet, many of today’s testing environments continue to use test design and test execution methods, dating back 20 years or even more.
Comparing Automated Test Design Methods
How automatic is your automated test design process? There are three primary methods used in automated test design tools. They all deliver improvements in the test design process, but there are significant engine differences that you should fully understand prior to selecting your tools. In this paper we will compare and contrast these methods and discuss the limitations and benefits from each.
What You Need to Consider When Selecting an MBT Tool
Interest towards model-based testing (MBT) has increased quite significantly over the last few years as testing has started to reach the limits of traditional test design approaches. At the same time, industry experts in fields such as financial services, retail, insurance, banking, telecommunications, and web-based services have started to see and understand the benefits that applying MBT has to the quality assurance function and the continued relevance and success of their businesses.