Software test automation can dramatically reduce costs and speed up time-to-market, but its full potential cannot be achieved without a carefully planned, scaleable and maintainable process. Without the right strategy, expensive test automation tools may become "shelfware."
This paper will first discuss the key benefits of software test automation, and examine the most common implementation tactics. It will then analyze the key reasons why test automation efforts often fail to meet their potential. Finally, it will show how using a keyword-based test automation strategy enables organizations to avoid those problems.
Action Based TestingTM, featuring the latest improvements to the keyword-based strategy from the original architect of the keyword method, and the TestArchitectTM toolset will be presented as real-world examples of how the full potential of test automation can be realized.
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