The implementation of an automated system for test process management allows the standardization of the test management process and the increasing of its effectiveness.
Problems it will solve
- Cutting the risks related to the ineffective test management process by implementing an automated system for test process management and the corresponding regulations;
- Cutting the time-to-market time frame for announcing new releases;
- Cutting the time on testing (preparation of the artifacts, conducting the work, and preparing the report);
- Shortening the time frame of making sound decisions on the implementation of a new update or a system release by forming a statute on real-time testing; and
- Raising the effectiveness of subdivision interaction by standardizing the testing process and implementing a unified test process management system.
- A deployed and tuned automated system for test process management;
- Implementation plan (MS Project); and
- User and admin manual of how to use the tools (MS Word).
Scope of work
- Analyze the current artifacts of the software testing processes;
- Determine the criteria for choosing tools for the software test management;
- Determine the tools and required infrastructure;
- Coordinate the choices above with the customer; and
- Set up infrastructure.
- Implementation of tools
- Install and customize test management tools;
- Write a manual of how to work with tools; and
- Educate customer’s employees to work with tools.
- Complete pilot launch with the use of test management tools;
- Analyze the result of the pilot launch; and
- Follow customization of the tools and manuals.
Tools and licences
- HP ALM (HP Application Lifecycle Management, HP Quality center)
- TFS (Team Foundation Server)
- TestLink + JIRA
- TestLink + Readmine