So what makes a successful Test Automation Framework (TAF)?

  1. A focus on testing (not coding)

  2. Complete test coverage

  3. Test scenario partitioning

  4. No lock-ins to any specific toolset or language

  5. A structural design with functional decomposition

  6. A process / keyword driven aspect

  7. Shared test data repositories

  8. Centralised error handling and recovery

  9. System base states

  10. Text and video log capabilities


Test Automation done Right!

Simplicity works.  At Testright we use tried-and-proven standards in test automation to deliver sensible solutions with genuine benefits.

This is not rocket-science.  Superior Test Automation Solutions are comprised of good Test Automation Frameworks and Architectures.

We can provide a Test Automation Architecture (TAA) to suit your infrastructure and product set.

We have demonstrated skills in the following automation products:

  • Selenium

  • IBM Rational Functional Tester

  • UFT?

  • QTP?

  • Ranorex?

  • AutoIT

  • Cucumber

  • BrowserStack

  • Appium

We have demonstrated skills in the following Source Control systems:

  • SVN

  • Git

  • IBM Rational Team Concert

We have demonstrated skills in the following Test Management systems:

  • Testrail

  • Zephyr

  • IBM Rational Quality Manager

  • Quality Center

What are the benefits of a Testright Automation Solution (TAS)?

  1. Almost zero upfront cost with our "ready-made" (turn key?) open source / inexpensive solutions.

  2. Reduced technology stack - we only use minimal software in our solutions

  3. Reduced dependency on developers - our framework is "test centric"

  4. Reduced maintenance - our sensible framework structure guarantees efficiency and clarity of test artifacts

  5. A focus on testing outcomes - no time wasted in automation

  6. The ability to automate all end-user levels of test, from system right through to post implementation