Qualibrate Room for Improvement
We had an issue with SAP when using PDF forms. That was something that was not supported by Qualibrate, but we solved that issue by choosing another solution. That was the only wish we had with Qualibrate. All the other functionality provided is all the functionality we need.
What I would really like to see is if you are running scripts in Qualibrate, and there is a defect, then you can have it automatically raise a defect in your own ticketing system. We do not use the defect system in Qualibrate, which is why this would be helpful. We won't want to have to use the ticketing system in Qualibrate in addition to the one we use now.
The reporting can be improved. For example, the reports can be better and show details like how many of your scripts have been executed, what the history is, which scripts have not been executed for more than a month, and other types of statistics.
It would be nice if when you add or change some specific script in your SAP system, it would automatically check to see what it implied with respect to Qualibrate. For example, it would link to the appropriate Qualibrate script if it needed to be changed. In the context of an end-to-end process, which has already been recorded, if next week I change something in the process then I would like to get an alert that we need to make the relevant change in the process.View full review »
What could be improved would be the intuitiveness of the reporting engine. It does have reporting, i.e., a dashboard, but it is preconfigured, predefined KPIs and datasets. That could be improved because the datasets don't have descriptions, so you really need to know what you're doing. Whereas, it would be great if it could have more descriptions and be easy to build your own KPIs.