Testing is a crucial part of the software creation process. It ensures that your code is working correctly and that all bugs are found before the software lands in the hands of consumers. But it can be difficult to explain these tests and their results to investors...
Unycom IP Management Software
Ranorex Studio’s multi-platform support enables robust end-to-end testing of an enterprise web application.
Unycom needed a test automation solution to perform real-world, critical end-to-end tests on both web and desktop, ensuring quality for every customer while maintaining rapid development cycles.
“Our suite of over 800 Ranorex automated tests helps ensure that our users never experience any serious issues with our core functionality. And, we can complete these automated tests overnight, instead of the two weeks it would take our team to do them manually.”
Michael Kohlhuber, Head of Development, Unycom
Ranorex Studio helped Unyom complete a successful test automation project and realize significant time savings.
Using Ranorex Studio, the small test automation team at Unycom was able to build over 800 automated tests. These tests act as a safety gate through which all releases must pass. These tests validate all of the major core functionality of their product on the web and desktop, including document management and task management. It would take the entire QA staff around 2 weeks to manually perform the automated tests that now complete overnight, saving significant time and resources.
Next steps and key takeaways
Currently, the stabilization phase after a feature is completed can take up to 3 weeks. During this time, the QA team conducts exploratory testing, executes the Ranorex test suite, runs integration tests, and performs about 200 additional manual test cases. Unycom’s next goal is to shorten the stabilization phase by automating the majority of these manual test cases with Ranorex Studio. Michael Kohlhuber has served as the Head of Development at Unycom since 2017. Prior to that, he served in various development roles from software engineer to scrum master, product owner, and team lead. His advice for organizations looking to adopt test automation is: “Train your people and structure the project upfront. As the team and the project grows, it’s important to keep structure in the project.”
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