Tia Test Automation lets you test your in-house development faster, earlier – and more often. When you’re dealing with the complexities of upgrading to a different version of your core software, it’s essential to be able to discover any unexpected impacts on system functionality. The Tia Test Automation module lets you quickly and easily test and verify changes to code before they are released into production, and to fix any bugs with minimal effort and maximum certainty. A test automation library helps fast TAF deployment with a minimum of risk to your operations.
Reap the benefits of the valuable knowledge and best practices for setting up and defining a test automation framework, which Tia has built up over years of trials and development for Tia systems.
The Tia Test Automation framework continuously monitors any changes you have made to the Tia system. It can also verify the code changes during a Tia customisation phase – even before they are taken into production.
Tia Test Automation supports quality assurance processes and frees up resources for other business critical functions, thus improving operational efficiency. This means you can build faster, test faster, release faster – and improve quality at the same time.
Tia Test Automation delivers regression testing on pre-existing application functions; smoke testing for getting quick high-level assessments on build quality; static and repetitive testing for automating repetitive testing tasks; and data-driven testing for application functions where the same functions need to be validated with many different inputs and large data sets.
1. Test automation tailored to the Tia solution
2. Easy-to-share user friendly reports
3. Data-driven test approach
4. Chrome-tailored solution that also supports Firefox and Explorer
1. Faster time to market
2. Better operational efficiency
3. More reliable systems
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