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Repairing a Broken Test Automation Solution: Part Two

Welcome back to our ‘Repairing a Broken Test Automation Solution’ series, part two. As always, take some time to read part one first in order to get a complete overview of the first three key test automation requirements – audit trail, technical and scalability. In our previous article, we highlighted what ...
Test Automation Health Check

Why you should get a Test Automation Health Check

Just five years ago, Test Automation was still perceived as a luxury. An expensive solution that might save time and money in the long run, but only if the business case was believable and the people implementing it knew what they were doing. Now, there are not enough skills on the ...

Quickly starting with Test Automation, part 1

Efficiency: A word that every organisation knows all too well. Today’s fast-paced, digitised world demands it now more than ever, as companies continually expand their technological terrain for (to quote Daft Punk) “Better, Faster, Stronger” deliveries with each release cycle, and executing vital changes based on business requirements at the ...

Driving business value using test automation

As an IT leader you know that getting quality software to market faster maximises business value.  Your teams need to focus on delivering accuracy and quality while under the pressure of efficiency and speed. Today’s complex technology landscapes increase your challenges and changes in your team dynamics after COVID-19 may ...

Why you should use Docker Application Containers

Certainly, one of the hottest open-source tools that doesn’t appear to be cooling down any time soon is Docker. The reason for its success is down to what it offers in terms of flexibility and speed when responding to the changes in business requirements. As more and more mobile, social, ...