Automation in Software Testing is meant to implement scripts in which test-related tasks are run automatically, otherwise done manually or whenever they’re impossible to carry out manually.
If you’re looking for cutting down on costs and time spent on repetitive test tasks, or you need support to test your product accordingly by checking its potential areas of risk automatically, then you’re most definitely eager to go for a test automation framework that will do the work efficiently to suit your business.
Our test automation services
Get in touch with us to know more about below services in test automation, as our enthusiastic test automation experts are willing to prove it definitely pays off, no matter what your business aims for:
- Automate regression checks
- Early test automation
- Mobile test automation
- Automation to support non-functional testing
- Reduce time spent on test-related tasks
- Avoid manual repetitive tests
- Increase your testing effectiveness, efficiency and coverage
- Strenghten the quality management of your solutions
q-leap’s outstanding expertise in requirements and process engineering, combined with a deep technical understanding of software testing and QA aspects, have lead to spectacular quality enhancements and cost reductions in one of our key IT-projects.
While migrating from a traditional IT infrastructure to a virtualized cloud solution, the assistance of q-leap has been highly valuable for our company. Establishing an inventory of the existing IT service quality landscape, defining future service quality criteria and setting up the appropriate monitoring systems by their experts has substantially reduced the project risk and eased the transition process.
AVP Solution Architect
The Classification Tree Method (CTM) proposed by q-leap enabled a prioritization of the tests to be carried out considering the short deadlines. Their collaboration, support and knowledge during the test execution allowed our Sales teams in Belgium to acquire sufficient autonomy to manage, by themselves, the next test phases.