What is most valuable?
It's got very good support for automating desktop and mobile applications.
Built in Object Spy and Ranorex Studio IDE.
Also, Ranorex Runner where the test results can be customized and saved as HTML is good.
It's also easy to update the object properties with the help of Object Spy.
Object Repositories is a top notch feature which allows you to define variables for identifying objects and the value can be set through the code or during run time.
How has it helped my organization?
- Quick development of automation framework
- Easy to maintain
- No need of external or third party test runners as Ranorex Test Runner is very good.
What needs improvement?
Better IntelliSense support while handling Ranorex Libraries and .net libraries.
What was my experience with deployment of the solution?
What do I think about the stability of the solution?
No real issues, but I had to force close Ranorex Studio a couple of times, as it was stuck with the 'Not Responding' message for a long time on Windows 7.
What do I think about the scalability of the solution?
We contacted Customer service only for license-related queries. It was good.
How are customer service and technical support?
We contacted customer service only for license-related queries. It was good.
Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?
Yes, but Ranorex provides good support for all kinds of solutions like desktop, web applications or mobile Applications. It was an all in one package for us.
How was the initial setup?
It was straightforward with no complexity in setting up. The documentation is crisp and clear.
What about the implementation team?
In-House. It's pretty easy to implement Ranorex. The documentation itself was sufficient.
What was our ROI?
Clients were pretty happy with the ROI, as the pricing was lower compared to other tools and test maintainability was easy.
What other advice do I have?
Dynamically changing application or a desktop application which is challenging to automate, blindly go for Ranorex.