New software, patches, updates: Dynamic business processes and corporate structures require continuous IT adaptation. Extensive acceptance tests before the go-live of new releases ensure that changes do not lead to problems or failures during ongoing operations. However, manual tests tie up resources to a high degree, are tedious and prone to errors.
Servicetrace Robotic Solutions for Test Automation accelerate and optimize the QA process in software development – and save your resources. Servicetrace software robots test applications for function and performance before rollout – even under load. This enables a continuous deployment of stable releases in a dynamic productive environment. This is how DevOps works!
The software robots handle a lot of monotonous tasks for us and cope quickly and precisely with an enormous number of test cases.
Andreas Förch | Head of 1&1 Testing Unit
Our customers want to save resources while testing more, faster and error-free.
Whether you run your own testing unit, or whether your key users in the specialist departments are are testing and approving new releases: With Servicetrace Robotic Solutions for Test Automation, IT and business users can automate software acceptance tests in next to no time – without programming, with just a few clicks and simple drag & drop actions. This enables you to significantly increase test volume, frequency and quality in the shortest possible time – a turbo for your software QA.
Our customers want to test a wide variety of applications – ERP,
CRM applications, cloud services, etc. – but do not want to have to use different tools.
We offer our customers one solution for test automation of all business applications. Servicetrace robots test applications directly via the graphical user interface. The GUI technology works across applications and systems and independent of application-specific protocols for desktop, web, mainframe and terminal environments (Citrix). Whatever you develop – we test it reliably, quickly and securely.
This is really the only tool we can use to perform complex tests in all applications. We can map all essential functionalities from the user's perspective, across processes and across interfaces to third-party vendors.“
Katharina Hauch | Functional Head of Test Factory