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The use of test tools can substantially improve the quality, efficiency, scope and performance

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The use of test tools can substantially improve the quality, efficiency, scope and performance of the test process in your company. Over the years, through hundreds of customer projects, we have gained valuable experience of tool applications. Thanks to our in-depth knowledge of all the standard tools available on the market, we are able to provide you with optimum support in evaluating and integrating test tools within your company.

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Types Of Test Tools

 

  • Tool support for management of testing and tests
    • Test management tools
    • Requirements management tools
    • Defect management tools
    • Configuration management tools
    • Tool support for static testing
  • Review tools (also known as review process support tools)
  • Static analysis tools
  • Modelling tools
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Types Of Test Tools

 

    • Tool support for test specification
    • Test design tools
    • Test data preparation tools
      • Tool support for test execution and logging
      • Test harness / Unit test framework tools
      • Test comparators
      • Coverage measurement tools
      • Security tools
    • Tool support for performance and monitoring
      • Dynamic analysis tools
      • Performance testing tools/Load testing/Stress testing
      • Monitoring tools
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The Customer’s Benefits Of Tritusa Tool Support

 

  • Repetitive work is reduced (e.g. running regression tests, re-entering the same test data and checking against coding standards).
  • Greater consistency and repeatability (e.g. tests are derived from requirements and executed by a standardised tool-set).
  • Objective assessment (e.g. static measures, coverage).
  • Ease of access to information about tests or testing (e.g. statistics and graphs about test progress, incident rates and performance).
  • Introducing a tool into an organisation
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The Customer’s Benefits Of Tritusa Tool Support

 

Like any project, the introduction of a tool into an organisation must be planned and structured according to predefined requirements and expectations. Setting the initial expectations too high could ultimately cause the tool to fail its objectives and be rejected, or be used for niche purposes only.

Similarly, environmental factors should be taken into consideration: many tools fail because they are never incorporated into the working culture. For example, where test environments are shared and the data is constantly changing through the test efforts of many project teams, test execution tools or test comparators can be made useless by the ”churn” in the environment.

Additionally, the tool will need on-going support and management and may require a dedicated team of skilled individuals to manage and use it.

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