It is no surprise that the integration of digital technology into all areas of business operations is creating a high demand for software. To increase the effectiveness of their operations, enterprises rely more heavily on software, which means that software is now more complex, and there is little tolerance for failure.
To ensure software readiness to support business demands, and to meet tight release deadlines, innovative automation testing technologies are being widely adopted to ensure that software does what it is supposed to do. Test automation is the go-to strategy to save money, eliminate the complexities of manual testing, and release better products faster.
While test automation’s core value is to provide users with a better testing experience so they can test more often and everywhere, it can be a costly endeavor if enterprises do not design and implement the correct testing strategy. We have identified the best practices to implement a best-in-class test automation strategy. In this session, we will explore:
- What needs to be automated
- Best practices to define test automation goals
- How to make effective use of the tools and resources you have
- What a modern test automation strategy looks like and how to implement it