Ranorex in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation

Dec 6, 2018 | Announcements

Ranorex test automation survey results
We’re proud to announce that Ranorex has been named a Niche Player in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation1. This is the fourth consecutive year Ranorex has been recognized in the Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation.

What does it mean to be a Niche Player? To us, it’s a good thing. From our founding in 2007, our priority has always been the success of each individual user — whether that’s a manual tester just getting started in the industry, or an experienced team of test automation engineers tackling an enterprise-wide application. This means delivering the tools that solve our user’s challenges, as well as the outstanding customer support necessary to ensure their success.

“We believe Ranorex’s inclusion in the Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation by Gartner is further confirmation that our focus on effective, easy-to-use UI testing tools is paying off,” explains Wilson Warmack, general manager at Ranorex. “Our all-in-one test automation solution has always offered strong support for testing a wide range of technologies. We’re proud of the recognition from Gartner, and will continue our efforts to empower software teams by providing comprehensive UI testing tools across desktop, web and mobile devices.”

Looking ahead to 2019, even as we continue to develop new products and form additional partnerships, our focus at Ranorex will continue to be on the success of each individual user.


1 Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation,” by Joachim Herschmann, Thomas E. Murphy, Jim Scheibmeir, 27 November 2018.

About Ranorex

As of 2018, more than 14,000 users across 70 countries have chosen Ranorex for their test automation projects. Our flagship product, Ranorex Studio, helps users speed development cycles and reduce the cost of testing each new software release with user-friendly recording functionalities for script-free programming, a full IDE and support for third-party controls and frameworks. Innovative features including GUI object recognition, reusable code modules, bug tracking, click-and-go reporting and seamless integration with existing tools help users achieve up to 40 percent savings in test execution time.

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