CAN YOU REALLY

MAKE THINGS WORK

WITHOUT TESTING

AUTOMATION?

For example, there are 15 different connectivity modules and

three serial interfaces for each, which makes 45 various

combinations. Each connectivity module has to be validated

by about 1,000 test cases, which means 45.000 tests for a full

release. Without automation, this task is almost impossible.

Rapidly changing requirements
More integrated solutions
Higher quality standards
Efficiency and cost reduction
Shorter release cycles

Developers and QA

experts are facing

severe challenges &

new pressures

The consequences of slow development and late
testing implementation: ꞏ

  • Launch delays & penalties
  • Pushing bug fixing issues to other projects
  • Unsatisfied customers and users (churn)
  • Customer care costs
  • Reputation & image issues



Manual testing is your business success killer

Manual testing is costly.
It is pushing your agility,
performance and profits
down.

Manual testing consumes
time of developers, forcing
them to focus on less
important things.

Manual testing is boring
and human error driven,
it presents clear danger to
assuring data privacy.

Manual testing is blocking
learning curve that should
be growing with new
testing and development
cases.

Testing, QA and bug-fixing
account for more than 50%
of all IT development costs.


Switch from manual to automated QA

The speed of digital changes is forcing companies to change their development, testing and launching
procedures. The goal is to become faster in development and flawless in providing customer or user experience.

Testing
automation
reduces time
for bug
detection
and fixing

Agile development support Poor Excellent
Defect count High Low
Defect identification Late Early
Test cycle speed Slow Super fast
Test coverage Low(30%) High (85%)
Testing integration in R&D At the end At the beginning
IT knowledge required Medium Medium
Focus On customers' flow
(front end)
On all possible flows
(integration, front, back, 3rd party)
Product quality Low High
Knowledge library Poor Excellent

QA automation
process

SIMPLE FLOW, CLEAR KPIS,
BETTER PERFORMANCE

1

QA &
TESTING AUDIT

  • Yearly KPIs
  • Level of integration
  • Level of automation
  • Exit criteria
  • Team Responsibilities
  • Processes

2

AUTOMATION FEASIBILITY
ANALYTICS

  • Nr. of upgrades
  • Nr. of new releases
  • Nr. of new features
  • Repetitive tasks
  • Level of coding
  • Level of QA expertise
  • Level of stress for QA team
  • QA goals
  • QA KPIs

3

AGILE & AUTOMATED
TESTING STRATEGY

  • QA goals
  • QA KPIs
  • Automated QA processes
  • Agile: In-line with new requirements
    model
  • New responsibilities
  • In-house or outsource
  • Timeline Milestones

4

TESTING
EXECUTION

  • Set up test environment
  • Define test scenarios
  • Define test cases
  • Define test cycles
  • Run tests

5

INSTANT
FEEDBACK

  • Advanced system stability analytics
  • Early warning alert – when
    implemented from the beginning
  • Clear understanding of bug-fixing
  • responsibilities in integrated solutions