In each case, Tricentis was able to help its customers – LVMH, Guardian and Marvell – tackle and address these challenges using robust testing, said Harit Patel, Tricentis’ chief product officer, speaking at a recent Deskflix: DevOps event.

How did they turn testing into a competitive advantage? The first step was to increase the speed and frequency of automated testing, as well as some strategic changes: for example, centralizing test assets and automating and embedding test orchestration in CI / CD.

“This has led to much more efficient automation for their overall testing efforts,” Patel said.

But automation and test management only get you there. To make it truly a competitive advantage, test automation and orchestration need to be put in context with other types, such as manual and exploratory testing.

“This leap to strategic testing requires real-time analysis to help make data-based decisions, as well as the ability to share those reports and analyzes with the rest of the business.”

To hear the rest of Harit’s presentation, watch the video below.

https://www.computing.co.uk/sponsored/4049097/unified-testing

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