The iMentus testing experts use functional testing on all classic test levels to check your software thoroughly and eliminate errors early in the design and development stage.
This means that you can benefit from our years of experience in preparing, running, and managing functional tests. Starting as early as with component testing supporting developers, via system testing, integration testing up to complex business process testing levels like end2end testing. Our experts work in a structured and systematic way, using the methodology and share best practices across global networks.
Build Proof of Concept
Develop Automation Framework
Develop Test Script, Execute, and Analyze
Test Automation Feasibility Analysis
Appropriate Tool Selection
Evaluate The Suitable Framework
Today, software testing is an integral part of the development process.
To reduce the time spent on testing, many companies opt for test automation. However, automation capabilities move beyond speed increase and include test coverage enhancement and overall QA costs optimization in the long run.
Determine The Scope
Any process starts with the definition. Therefore, before implementing test automation, you should determine the automation scope. When starting test development, a QA engineer should first define the order according to the tests’ priority rate.
Prepare To Automate
Having quite profound experience in test automation, I can say the following: automated tests should cover the most stable part of the functionality and the one that is tested for about 3-4 times per week.
Select Tools For Automation
As soon as the scope is defined, a QA engineer should select test automation tools. The tested interfaces define the package of applied tools. Different types of interfaces presuppose different tools’ ranges.