Software testers face a great deal of pressure to get their products released under budget and on time. In recent years, businesses have raised their expectations for development projects, cutting back financial resources while demanding ever shorter production cycles. Everyone is expected to do more with less. That means developers and testers need to take every opportunity to effectively manage the quality of their product or risk releasing flawed software.
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The implementation of a Test Management system to automate business processes is a strategic investment for any development and QA project team. Buying the right system and choosing the best vendor is critical to your software quality success. This Test Management Systems Buyer’s Guide is designed to help business decision makers quickly identify their enterprise’s testing needs, effectively communicate these needs to vendors, and successfully compare various product alternatives.
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User Acceptance Test (UAT) programs have traditionally been areas of contention between IT and the Business. IT teams get critical systems readied through development and testing, while Business teams verify that these systems meet their requirements. The division of responsibilities might seem clear cut, but realities on the ground are far different. The planning, management, execution and reporting phases of UAT cycles have always been problematic since responsibilities fall in grey areas.
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Zephyr enables organizations to manage their test departments more efficiently while boosting productivity and visibility into the quality cycle. It provides end-to-end management of the testing lifecycle while focusing on resources, releases and sprints, requirements, test cases, test schedules, test execution, defects, documents, collaboration and all aspects of real-time reporting and metrics via live dashboards.
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Quality assurance processes can be – by design – complicated and time-consuming. Given the complexity of tasks such as designing and running test cases, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that QA operations are frequently characterized by software testers carrying out arduous, multistep responsibilities. Although QA is an inherently complex process, that doesn’t mean that every aspect of it needs to be. In fact, an organization that allows its testing efforts to get bogged down in complications and inefficiencies will run into a whole host of issues. With release schedules becoming shorter all the time, businesses need to find ways to streamline their QA efforts whenever possible.
Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Zywave makes software-as-a-service solutions for insurance brokers and financial planners. It uses Zephyr’s industry-leading test management systems to test its product suite, upon which its many clients rely to distinguish themselves in competitive marketplaces. Zephyr’s integration with Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, as well as its suitability for collaborative, agile development, has helped Zywave with comprehensive yet straightforward test tracking. Moreover, Zephyr is an intuitive, lightweight solution that has improved Zywave’s development and testing processes, helping it to produce high-quality, bug-free software for its customers.
Software development and testing are becoming a critical need for organizations spanning numerous industries. Regardless of the sector a company belongs to, chances are it will need to retain personnel to write code for projects such as creating mobile apps or webpages. This software must be thoroughly tested to ensure that there are no lingering defects that may prevent users from navigating the program or website. For organizations both large and small, these efforts can be greatly enhanced by incorporating a sophisticated test management system.
AFSA (Australian Financial Security Authority) is an executive agency in the Attorney-General’s portfolio that is responsible for the administration and regulation of personal insolvency system, proceeds of crime, trustee services and the administration of the Personnel Property Securities Register. Their purpose is to provide improved and equitable financial outcomes for consumers, business and the community through application of bankruptcy and personal property securities law, regulation of personal insolvency practitioners and trustee services.
Headquartered in Russia, SmartLabs, is an industry leader in developing service delivery platforms for interactive digital television, innovative client applications, user interfaces and set top boxes. SmartLabs provides solutions for telecom operators and corporations that enable interactive video services such as broadcasting and on-demand video for a large range of devices. Read the Q&A interview with Olga Kuznetsova, Deputy Head of QA for SmartLabs’ to get her perspective on how Zephyr for JIRA has helped her team test a wide range of interactive video broadcasting solutions.
Fujitsu is a Japanese multinational information technology equipment and services company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. It is the world's second largest IT services provider. Fujitsu makes computing products, but the company and its subsidiaries also offer a diversity of products and services in the areas of personal computing, telecommunications and advanced microelectronics. Fujitsu has approximately 172,000 employees and its products and services are available in over 70 countries. Today I had the opportunity to speak with Jitendra Degapudi, Senior QA Lead, Fujitsu Consulting to discuss test management and how his project team has made productivity strides with Zephyr.