Tricentis Tosca Review

It's nice that it uses a risk-based approached via a weighted requirement set, although the context menu in the newer versions is not ideal.

Valuable Features

The features we've found most valuable are--

  • It’s a modular structure, so changes in a module are automatically updated in all relevant test cases.
  • It uses a risk-based approached via a weighted requirement set.

Room for Improvement

  • Not all functions are logical without certain know-how.
  • Context menu in the newer versions is not ideal.

Use of Solution

I've used it for about one year.

Stability Issues

During an upgrade there were issues, but this was due to certain security settings on our end, and the Tosca support team was very useful in helping us with those setting and resolving the issues.

Scalability Issues

We're discussing internally with fully integrate this tool within our business.

Customer Service and Technical Support

Customer Service:

10/10. The customer service is top-notch.

Technical Support:

10/10. The technical support is top-notch.

Previous Solutions

In our department there was not a different solution in place.

Initial Setup

The initial setup was relatively straightforward with support from our network department for the setting up of a common repository.

Implementation Team

We implemented it via our in-house team in combination with Tricentis consultants.

Other Solutions Considered

We also looked at Worksoft.

Other Advice

Try it out and do a Proof of Concept.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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I think the main think that needs to be understood with these model based tools, is that during the initial setup period the Business involvement is a must to ensure that all the paths are explored and a proper workflow of tests is setup for use. Without that involvement, it makes the job for the users and maintainers of the tests a cumbersome one.

08 December 15
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