- Complete or partial test automation
- Methodology for reducing the number of test cases needed along with high risk coverage
- Easy way to prioritize requirements
- Ease of test case maintenance
- It can be used by people with no previous programming knowledge
Improvements to My Organization
Test case automation and ease of test case maintenance through Tosca has reduced the manpower needed for testing, reducing the time needed for testing, and has thus saved money. Management of projects also got a lot easier.
Room for Improvement
- They could improve scanning of the applications under test
- Useful tips could be improved
- Better and graeter number of examples in manuals
- Reduced cost of licenses
Use of Solution
I've used it since March 2014.
Sometimes it is a bit slow when the project is too big and too complex. If there are custom controls being used, sometimes a scanning of the system under test lasts longer than it should.
Customer Service and Technical Support
Medium to high. (always quick to response, but sometimes not that helpful). Technical Support
Medium to high. (always quick to response, but sometimes not that helpful).
We previously used HP Application Lifecycle Management for manual testing. We chose to switch to Tosca because of the test case automation and it offers easier management.
Initial setup is pretty much straightforward, but the licenses need to be managed separately the after setup.
We implement it through an in-house team.
ROI is high because of the market that is switching more and more to agile, automated testing, and our company also develops add-on for Tosca.
Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing
There are four types of licenses available, and you should use one that best suits your resources and preconditions. Because of expensive licenses, if your company is new to the market, do not start a business using Tosca if you expect slow growth - use cheaper solutions instead, and switch to Tosca once you are overwhelmed with projects and work.
Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Sep 30 2015