Automated Testing Services

Do you need to save time and release faster? Do you need more QA coverage? Do you want to get better quality?

Our team have in-depth experience across a range of automated testing tools, to suit all applications and web deployments. Our established partnerships with leading testing tool providers enable us to offer clients the best solutions for their requirements and budget. We also have significant expertise and experience with all of the leading open-source software test automation tools.

Technology Partners and Tools

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HP Unified Functional Testing software (UFT)

Makes automated testing more efficient and help developers and testers collaborate. This functional automated testing software, formerly named Quick Test Professional (QTP), helps deliver quality software at the speed your business requires. UFT combines QTP, with additional support for web service testing (HP Service Test) and integrated support for testing across mobile devices, with HP Mobile. UFT supports a broad range of applications, including a wide range of web technologies, as well as more traditional applications, such as CRM and ERP applications.

Selenium

Selenium is a complex, open source suite of tools for automating web browser tests across a range of different platforms. Users can create automated tests without coding. Existing tests can be converted easily with programming languages so that more advanced and efficient tests can be conducted in numerous browsers, and on operating systems with control by testing frameworks. Selenium testing is supported by some of the largest browser vendors who have taken (or are currently taking) steps to make Selenium a native part of their browser. It is also the core technology in countless other browser automation tools, APIs and frameworks.

Appium is an open source project for cross-platform test automation. Essentially, it is an HTTP server managing WebDriver sessions. It supports tests in any framework and in any language that can create an HTTP request. No app code needs to be modified for testing. Any test is suitable to run on either iOS or Android on real devices or emulators. It supports native, hybrid, and web apps.