Test automation fails primarily due to not clearly identifying business needs. Business needs such as improving testing efficiency & coverage, reducing complexity and most importantly, saving cost & time have to be very clear. Once the need is identified, the overall planning, staffing, tool and technology are key.
Indium has revolutionized software testing through its custom Test automation framework, which is based on best practices delivered over the years to customers globally. Indium’s test automation frameworks plug into every stage of the SDLC to bring in the best-in-class enablers for reducing the TCO and delivering tangible RoI. Our selection of tools (open-source/licensed), testing frameworks and methodologies makes us distinctive – the best tool-agnostic shop.
Our test automation frameworks are customizable, portable and re-usable. Most importantly, it enables our customers to reap the test automation RoI in just a few weeks. All our test automation frameworks are capable of enhancing test coverage, running target based parallel execution & efficiently analyzing the root-cause.
Appropriate gap analysis and perform a smoke test for the feasibility of automation
Tool Assessment Study – Selection of right tool based upon the application
Customize & Implement an automation framework
Our Test Automation Framework allows extensive test coverage using automation leading to a decrease in possible human errors or intervention. The testing methods enhance the quality of the end product. Our Framework facilitates the reusability of the test scripts leading to a reduction in cost and time to market. It requires much less effort and cost on the maintenance of the test scripts and test data. Last but not the least; it conveys enriched report with varied analytics.
Key Benefits of our Test Automation Framework
Enhanced customization of automated test scripts
Structured testing methodology
Reliable defect detection and efficient root-cause analysis
Automation testing preferred over dependency on technically skilled resources