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We are from a Vodafone department that manages testing and quality. We brought this tool in to assist us. We are constantly using it. 95 percent of projects are running on it. We mostly use this solution on our laptop devices.
We use this solution for an Avionic System to test for integration and verification with real and simulated hardware.
* Test management * Defect management, and * Test case storage.
Quality assurance, requirement, and testing.
* Test management for multiple products * Risk-based testing * Requirements mapping * Reporting.
We use it for manual and automatic testing along with defect and requirements management. We can check everything, know who is the sponsor for it, and make a test plan. Everything is very visible.
I use 80 to 90 percent of the product's features.
My prior organization used the test execution and defect modules for QC. As a manager, I was able to set up reports that allowed me to finds areas of improvement for my team. We used the import functionality to import test cases for reusability and execution.
We use this solution for model testing and as a central location for the test case responses and some test automation.
It is a complete AQM suite: single repository for tests, requirements, defects, etc.
To store all tests including manual and automated tests along with the results of tests after they were executed. Tracking defects, scheduling test sets for automated UFT tests to run unattended from the Test Lab, storing the test cases, and also storing the test requirements in the Requirements Module. The Application Lifecycle Management Process with ALM includes the following phases * Release Specifications: Develop a release-cycle management plan to help you manage application releases and cycles efficiently. * Requirement Specifications: Define requirements to meet your business and testing needs. * Test Planning: Based on the project requirements, you can build test plans and design tests. * Test Execution: Create a subset of the tests in your project designed to achieve specific test goals. Execute scheduled tests to diagnose and resolve problems. * Defect Tracking: Submit defects and track their progress and status.
Consolidate the testing process, centralised reporting, ease of analytics on metrics, easier bug management, consistent flow of requirements, flow of test cases, reusable test cases, testing history, bugs.