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Your organization has implemented software test automation and is not realizing the value it expected. Or perhaps, it’s just starting to consider implementation and you wish to be proactive (always a wise decision). The scope and complexities of software testing are increasing as new technologies and environments emerge, applications become more advanced, and users become more astute! Including test automation as part of your strategy can improve your testing process but you’re then faced with numerous considerations. What challenges should we expect and how do we overcome them? If left unaddressed, what impact will these challenges present? Does our software testing team have the necessary skills to be successful? How will we define and measure success? This presentation will address common challenges and provide strategies on how to overcome them in order to develop a strategic roadmap to successful implementation!
Key learning points
Webinar attendees will learn:
- Ten of the most common real-world challenges encountered by organizations based on the authors 16 years of experience in implementing test automation. The impact of these challenges, along with suggested solutions, will also be addressed.
- The recommended criteria for performing a Test Automation Assessment to better allow your organization to create an implementation strategy.
- Ideas to better develop a skill assessment strategy in order to put together and manage an effective test automation team
About the speaker
Bob Crews, President of Checkpoint Technologies, is a consultant and trainer with over 22 years of IT experience including full life-cycle development involving development, requirements management, and software testing. He has consulted and trained for over 200 different organizations in areas such as effectively using automated testing solutions, test planning, risk analysis, implementing automated frameworks, and developing practices which ensure the maximum return-on-investment with automated solutions. Bob has presented at numerous conferences and user groups throughout the world including QAI, EuroStar (Copenhagen), HP Software Universe, and LatinStar (Mexico City). Bob was named as one of the top five speakers at the QAI Annual Software Testing Conference in 2004.