In pursuing its goal to “Take The Pain Out Of Test Case Management,” QASymphony seems to believe that, despite all of the radically beneficial changes the company has recently introduced, there is still substantial room for growth within the field of test case management. This is likely to be hailed as wonderful news from the managers responsible for overseeing any software development processes, as the QA and software testing tools company has already helped team leaders streamline software testing and test case management in such a significant way that development teams are able to deliver completed software of the highest quality despite operating under extraordinarily stringent deadlines.
The team leaders in charge of software development and testing teams have already reaped sizable rewards due to QASymphony’s insightful approach with regard to the ready integration of its test case management platforms and QA testing tools. This focus on integration has ensured that development teams can quickly and easily incorporate QASymphony’s test case management tools into the team’s existing automation tools and frameworks. It is also quite well known that qTest Manager was developed so that it could be seamlessly integrated with Agile ALMs, JIRA, Bamboo, and HipChat, just to name a few.
With such clear utility already associated with the test case management and QA testing tools the company provides to its clients, why is it that QASymphony sees additional room for growth within one of its key areas of specialization?
Although the answer to that question is not immediately evident, it’s fair to speculate that the company’s belief in the existence of substantial room for growth is the product of an organizational philosophy emphasizing the importance of continued innovation as well as the avoidance of complacency. After all, it is this same philosophy that has guided the company in creating such effective test case management solutions capable of accomplishing so much for software development team leaders.
It is indeed the case that, in addition to qTest Manager’s aforementioned ease of integration, the company has also gone to great lengths to imbue its test case management tools with a wide array of unique capabilities, including, but certainly not limited to, management and tracking of executions, accessibility to critical test metrics and reporting data, and customizable functions that enable centralized organization intended to further enhance productivity.
Clearly, complacency is not something that QASymphony has to worry about any time soon, and even if there is no room for growth within test case management, it is entirely plausible to believe that a forward-thinking organization like QASymphony will have little trouble making as much room for growth as they could possibly need.