Tricentis qTest ROI

RyanO'Neill
Sr. Manager Quality Assurance at Forcepoint LLC (Formerly Raytheon|Websense)
We have definitely seen return on our investment, simply through the efficiencies of the process. It's a tool that everybody knows how to use and it's global, so there's a good support network. And the support network from Tricentis is so extensive and useful to everybody around the world. Simply through the increased efficiencies of our test case management system, we have seen a return on the investment. That's not even taking into account the improvements in quality within our products, which is immeasurable. View full review »
RobinaLaughlin
Assistant Vice President, IT Quality Assurance at Guardian Life Insurance
I definitely see ROI in that I have testers who are focused more on doing really complex testing, rather than writing test cases. The reusable regression suite is always a good thing; to be able to copy and move tough cases from one project to another. I don't want my testers to be rewriting things. View full review »
NancyMcClanahan
Quality Assurance Team Lead at Parkview Health
We have absolutely seen return on our investment. View full review »
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reviewer1215417
Senior Director of Quality Engineering at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have absolutely seen ROI. We didn't have good visibility and transparency. Don't get me wrong about Insights. For basic "not run," "pass/fail"-type metrics it is fine. It gives us much more visibility than we had in the past in terms of the ability to collaborate on the design, review, tracking, and archiving of the test cases, and the basic results of some of the sprints. View full review »
Raja-Veeraraghavan
Automation Lead at LogiXML
It's too soon for us to see return on investment. View full review »
JovanKangrga
Testing Lead Manager at PDC Energy
Over the four months there has been ROI. If I crunched the numbers I would probably find it has paid for itself already. View full review »
VSwaminathan
Product QA Manager at Reflexis Systems
We have definitely seen ROI. One area of return is due to the simplicity of use. It brings a defined process to the team. TestLink, which we used previously, was not very usable for the testers in terms of maintaining the test cases or creating them. It was taking a lot of time. People are able to work with qTest and are able to focus more on the actual testing, rather than maintaining things due to complexities. Those are the areas it has improved. We haven't seen dollar savings, but it is definitely adding value to the teams. View full review »
reviewer1219371
Manager, IT Quality Assurance (EDM/ITSRC/Infrastructure) at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's too early to tell about a return on investment. View full review »
ChrisFirst
Senior Architect at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It does what it's supposed to do. I don't know what the organization paid for it, but it is getting the job done that it's supposed to get done. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about Tricentis qTest. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: April 2020.
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