qTest Competitors and Alternatives

Read reviews of qTest competitors and alternatives
Micro Focus
Real User
VP of IT at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Aug 20 2017

What do you think of Micro Focus ALM?

Valuable Features Test Plan: Script storage and update. Test Lab: Execution planning and results storage. • Improvements to My Organization Because of global test documentation, testing can be resourced most effectively each test cycle (including outsourcing). • Room for Improvement Integration with test automation never worked properly. We were never able to run test automation on the SaaS platform. We ended up having to use QC 10 for test automation. We went through several "fixes", upgrades, etc., and were never able to fix the problem. • Use of Solution My guess would be 18 years at least. • Stability Issues Use of test automation with ALM is inherently unstable. • Scalability Issues The parts that work seem to scale very well. But our use of test...
Hiptest
Real User
QA Engineer at a tech vendor
Aug 23 2017

What do you think of Hiptest?

Valuable Features Integration with automation frameworks, keywords, and tags. It allows for saving time writing test cases and implementing automation. • Improvements to My Organization We've covered some complicated mobile features with Appium auto tests faster. • Room for Improvement More tutorials and examples. • Use of Solution Less than a year, almost 8 months. • Stability Issues No. • Scalability Issues No. • Customer Service and Technical Support I haven't tried it. • Previous Solutions On the current project, it was an initial solution. • Initial Setup It was simple. The product itself is perfect for fast and non-bureaucrat development (let’s say agile). • Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing Make the basic license larger (it has 3...
Microsoft
Real User
Development Manager at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
Jul 24 2017

What do you think of TFS?

Valuable Features We use the source code repository technology of TFS, we have Git repository in TFS, and also, have TFVC. Git was introduced starting from TFS 2013. This allowed our team the flexibility on the source control preference. • Improvements to My Organization This product has allowed us to continually maintain our code repository. • Room for Improvement The product is mature. We use it as our primary on-premise source control for both Git and TFVC allowing the flexibility for different delivery team to use different source control that best suits them. • Use of Solution We have just recently upgraded to this version of TFS, but have been using Microsoft Team Foundation Server for the last six years. • Stability Issues If your plan on using...

Sign Up with Email