Selenium HQ Benefits

Michelle XIE
Senior Automation Test Developer/Automation Test Architect at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
* We have automation tests (API, UI, unit, integration tests, and etc.). It saves on our manual QA time. * It reduces our manual QA repeatable works. * It saves our manual QA's energy. * The QA time move from manual QA to automation QA, and improve the relationship between developer and QA, Since automation tests make them work closer. * QA becomes more technical and love to know more about technical and architecture of the code such as they have to use GitHub, CI system, servers, and etc. * QA know more about tests such as unit tests, integration tests, and Selenium UI tests. * Make QA life much fun/easier. * Deduce the developers work such as automation QA/developer develops the test library and test framework, both developer and QA, some times, PM also can develop their own tests by using the test library and test framework. View full review »
Deva Veluchamy
Test Automation Lead/Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Web-based application automation are mostly done using Selenium. It's the right automation tool as a replacement for manual regression testing that indispensably reduces the testing time due to its cross-browser, parallel, and remote executions. View full review »
Jim Jordan
Quality Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The primary benefit is its cost and the ability to use the cloud. We use it with Sauce Labs. So, we have a large base of real devices and emulators, as well as breadth of coverage. View full review »
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Sanjeev Gupta
Principal Consultant at Digital Web Advisors Pvt Ltd
Our platform runs into several thousand screens and a few thousand test cases, something which would typically take months to test manually. However, we have been using Selenium to automate our testing process since day one. As of today, the entire process takes a little over two days to run. We plan to further optimize it and bring this duration down to about 12 hours. We plan to integrate Selenium with JMeter for performance testing, too. View full review »
Allan Herbert Medeiros
Engenheiro de automação de teste at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
Selenium has helped to complete tests in less time, which would not be possible relying on manual testing only. View full review »
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