PractiTest Takes the Lead in the “Testing Tools” Category on G2Crowd – A Dominant Business Software Review Platform

PractiTest (, a market leader in the hosted Test Management tools sector, was recently graded as the most satisfactory test management system in the testing tools category in G2crowd. Entirely based on real clients reviews, PractiTest took the lead in spite of the fact that some of its competitors are larger in scale.

PractiTest (, a market leader in the hosted Test Management tools sector, was recently graded as the most satisfactory test management system in the testing tools category in G2crowd.

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This accession on G2Crowd – A leading business software review platform, was based entirely on real clients reviews from active PractiTest users. This achievement is not taken for granted, as some of PractiTest’s main competitors are larger in scale.

Taking the lead in regards to customer satisfaction proves the company lives up to it’s advertised high service standards. “PractiTest’s strongest point besides our technical capabilities is best human support” States PractiTest’s CEO Yaniv Iny. “The greatest proof of our work quality is our users engagement and ability to reach their business goal” he concludes.

Many PractiTest clients stated they where initially attracted to using PractiTest for it’s unique test management capabilities. Easy-to-use, reliable, effective, providing a clear picture and making testing easier are only a few statements made. But what puts their user experience over the top is the methodological human support provided throughout the usage duration of the pltaform.

The reviews were made by clients from various industries (SW development, healthcare, government, shipping and logistics, transportation and more), and all users see value not only regarding their testing process and quality, but also with their business’s bottom line.


Maayan Carr,
Head of Marketing,
PractiTest-Professional Test Management

Parasoft partners with Experitest to provide a best in class Digital Assurance Platform to Enable Test Automation for the Modern Era

Parasoft, the leading provider of automated end-to-end functional testing software, and Experitest, the worldwide leader of digital assurance platforms for mobile and web, join forces to offer an integrated Enterprise solution.

The enterprise market is increasingly moving towards digital, not only in B2C apps but also in migrating its backend B2B apps. The need for high-quality digital apps mandates continuous testing as digital apps need to be constantly updated to support the large matrix of mobile devices and browsers available in the market. For that purpose, Parasoft has evaluated several digital assurance platforms in the market and is partnering with Experitest’s SeeTest Digital assurance platform as it offers ease of creating tests as well as a parallel execution environment on mobile devices and desktop browsers.

“Experitest is delighted to join forces with a market leader such as Parasoft,” said Experitest CEO, Tal Barmeir. “The Parasoft functional test automation solution provides a powerful environment for the SeeTest Digital Assurance platform to reside in and leverage, providing Enterprise customers the best all around solution.”

“The field-proven digital assurance platform Experitest offers is well suited for our Enterprise customers,” says Chris Colosimo, SOAtest/Virtualize Product Manager at Parasoft. “Software test automation is critical to ensure quality@speed but mobile brings new challenges, and the industry must innovate.  By joining forces with Experitest, we offer a unified test solution to meet the challenges of testing today’s digital applications.”

About Experitest

Experitest enables organizations to rapidly release better quality digital applications to the market. It’s SeeTest quality assurance platform, available as SaaS or on-premise solution, enables web & mobile application testing across a large selection of browsers & real mobile devices, and under real end-user conditions. The SeeTest platform includes test automation, manual testing, and performance testing, and seamlessly integrates into all ALM environments (e.g., Appium, Selenium, UFT, Junit, Jenkins, Eclipse, Visual Studio, Xcode and Android Studio).

About Parasoft:

Parasoft provides innovative tools that automate time-consuming software testing tasks and provide management with intelligent analytics necessary to focus on what matters. Parasoft’s technologies reduce the time, effort, and cost of delivering secure, reliable, and compliant software, by integrating static and runtime analysis; unit, functional, and API testing; and service virtualization. Parasoft supports software organizations as they develop and deploy applications in the embedded, enterprise and IoT markets. With developer testing tools, manager reporting/analytics, and executive dashboarding, Parasoft enables organizations to succeed in today’s most strategic development initiatives — agile, continuous testing, DevOps, and security.


SOURCE: Experitest

Perfecto Expands Continuous Testing Support for Cross-Browser Testing Frameworks

Perfecto’s support for BDD accelerates web development and enables cross-browser testing at scale

BOSTON, June 26, 2018 — Perfecto, the leading continuous testing and monitoring platform for optimizing DevOps pipelines, today announced its Continuous Quality Lab for web, mobile, and IoT testing now supports three web testing frameworks: Codecept, Gauge, and NightwatchJS. Support for these frameworks expands Perfecto’s existing set of supported cross-browser test frameworks: Protractor, WebdriverIO, Selenium, and Quantum, the open source test execution framework contributed by Perfecto. Perfecto’s open and integrated approach enables its platform to support web, mobile and IoT teams using a diverse set of test frameworks to achieve continuous testing at scale.

Across brands, web development teams are accelerating their software delivery as they move towards continuous delivery (CD). To meet velocity objectives, organizations are focused on choosing tools that fit best with their toolchains, practices, and skills. Behavior-driven development (BDD) frameworks have gained popularity in the web testing community due to their ability to develop automation using a simple English language syntax. Perfecto’s expanded support enables test automation to be built by non-engineers and provides development teams with the ability to choose the tools that fit best within their process.

“Development teams are focused on choosing the best tools that integrate within their toolchains,” said Yoram Mizrachi, CTO and co-founder at Perfecto. “BDD frameworks can help dev teams go faster and fully achieve continuous testing across multiple web browsers. Our technology is designed to easily integrate with a variety of tools. We are continually validating our solution supports the frameworks being used by our customers.”

In addition to supporting the Codecept, Gauge and NightwatchJS frameworks, users also benefit from Perfecto’s capabilities to strengthen open source frameworks:

  • Simplified analysis for cross-browser testing results – Perfecto’s DigitalZoom™ Reporting provides DevOps teams with an easy side-by-side comparison of desktop and mobile browsers.
  • Easy integration into a variety of toolchains – Perfecto’s Continuous Quality Lab provides web DevOps teams with the capability to quickly evaluate app quality, with parallel execution on virtually any browser used by their customers.

To learn more about Perfecto’s cross-browser testing capabilities, visit this link.

About Perfecto 
Perfecto’s Continuous Quality Lab enables DevOps teams to accelerate development, achieve continuous testing and monitoring, and drive fast feedback through actionable analytics for web, mobile, and IoT apps. More than 3,000 customers rely on Perfecto’s cloud-based Continuous Quality Lab as their digital app test environment and for authoring test automation executed on real browsers, smartphones, and devices under real end-user conditions. For more information about Perfecto, visit, join our community, or follow us on Twitter at @PerfectoMobile.

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ThoughtWorks Launches Gauge – A Free and Open Source Test Automation Framework

Gauge creates acceptance tests in any language, integrated development environment or ecosystem

JUNE 19, 2018 – CHICAGO, IL – ThoughtWorks, a global software and digital transformation consultancy, today announced the free availability of its newest open source product, Gauge. Available to download for free, Gauge was built to make test automation easy and to help organizations of all sizes on their journey towards continuous delivery.

In today’s hypercompetitive market, the speed at which software is designed and delivered is accelerating and test automation is becoming increasingly valuable. The launch of Gauge builds on ThoughtWorks’ ongoing commitment to open source and their work helping organizations continuously improve and deliver quality software.

“ThoughtWorks has a rich history with test automation, so we are painfully aware of the need for better tools in this space,” said David Rice, managing director of ThoughtWorks Products. “We built Gauge to remove many of the headaches that continually plague our teams when authoring and maintaining automated acceptance suites.”

“Gauge is really just the first step. In the coming months we will be releasing tools to make these tests even faster and more stable,” said Dr. Rebecca Parsons, chief technology officer, ThoughtWorks. “Beyond that we will look to leverage our ongoing R&D in the area of test data management.”

Gauge is designed with reusability and refactorability at its core which allows users to:

  • Write specifications in markdown
  • Script tests in the language/s of their choice (Javascript, C#, Python, Java, Ruby, etc.)
  • Create tests in the IDE of their choice (Visual Studio, VS Code, IntelliJ, etc.)
  • Run tests in parallel
  • Generate custom reports
  • Develop bespoke plugins for custom requirements

“We have a complex Web UI that we run hundreds of tests on, across multiple browser permutations,” said Chris Stanush, test automation engineer and early user of the product. “Gauge has revolutionized our automated testing process, allowing us to write an automated testing framework that is simple to use, even for non-technical users.”

Gauge solves real problems with test maintenance thanks to its contributors and growing community of early adopters.

For more information visit, follow us on twitter or check out our code on GitHub.


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Tricentis and QASymphony Merge to Drive Innovation in Continuous Testing for Enterprise DevOps

Next Gen platform disrupts the $34B testing services spend and transforms software testing for DevOps

Mountain View, Calif. — June 20, 2018 — Tricentis and QASymphony announced their agreement to merge under the name of Tricentis.  Tricentis’ market-leading Continuous Testing platform has earned the company unanimous “leader” recognition among the top industry analysts. QASymphony is recognized as the industry’s leading test management solution. The combined solution represents the most modern platform for transforming software testing to keep pace with digital transformation.

“Tricentis and QASymphony are both recognized for their innovative testing solutions,” explained Sandeep Johri, CEO of Tricentis. “Tricentis is known for helping enterprises transform testing from a burdensome manual process that delays software delivery into an automated, continuous process that drives ‘quality at speed.’ The addition of QASymphony’s test management solution strengthens our leadership position and builds on our momentum replacing legacy testing tools.”

“Today’s CIOs are responsible for ramping up innovation through accelerated software delivery,” explained Barry Libenson, Global Chief Information Officer at Experian. “Amid this demand for rapid innovation, CIOs are recognizing that software testing often delays their digital transformation goals. In fact, testing is now commonly cited as the #1 bottleneck to delivery speed. When testing lags behind development, the organization is forced to delay their innovation and that’s no longer an option.  It’s inevitable that software testing must be transformed to keep pace with Agile development and DevOps.”

“Global 2000 organizations remain locked into legacy testing platforms that were designed decades ago to enable manual testing processes,” explained Dave Keil, CEO of QASymphony. “Scaled agile and enterprise DevOps initiatives have changed the game. Yet, legacy testing technologies such as those by HPE (now Micro Focus) and CA are throttling speed and innovation. QASymphony has experienced triple-digit growth over the past year—allowing us to aggressively invest in our technology, infrastructure and people to meet the emerging needs of our customers.”

QASymphony’s 100+ employees will be joining Tricentis’ 450+ employees. Sandeep Johri will lead the organization as CEO and Dave Keil will assume the role of COO. The combined company will have a global presence with offices in the US, EMEA and Asia.   The transaction is expected to close within 90 days.

The integration will reflect the commitment to innovation and customer success that both companies share—to learn more, register for the upcoming webinar.  Additionally, the company will be showcasing the roadmap and solution at Accelerate 2018 in Vienna.

DevOps Impact

The market for software testing (recently estimated at $34 billion)[1] has reached an inflection point. DevOps adoption is rising rapidly, and both Gartner and Forrester report that transforming testing is a primary factor for DevOps success.[2]  Yet, software testing remains a predominantly manual activity that delays releases and consumes 30-40 percent of an organization’s application budget[3],[4]Tricentis Continuous Testing solutions accelerate delivery and free up significant budget that can be reallocated to underfunded innovation initiatives.

Gartner’s Joachim Herschmann and Thomas Murphy report: “As DevOps principles gain significant traction in enterprises, testing and QA is no longer a stage in delivery but an integral DevOps activity that exists in various forms through all areas. Automation has become an indispensable element in these efforts, and there has been renewed focus on software test automation tools as part of a larger toolchain that enables DevOps.”[5]

About Tricentis

With the industry’s No. 1 Continuous Testing platform, Tricentis is recognized for reinventing software testing for DevOps. Through risk-based testing, scriptless end-to-end test automation, and the industry’s most extensive technology support, Tricentis breaks through the barriers experienced with conventional software testing methods. Our innovative technologies simplify testing for even the most complex enterprise applications—transforming testing from a roadblock to a catalyst for innovation. The result is accelerated software delivery speed, improved cost efficiency, and reduced business risk.

Tricentis is the only vendor to achieve “leader” status in all three top analyst reports (i.e., the “Triple Crown.”) This honor is based on our technical leadership, innovation, and a Global 2000 customer base of 800+ companies, including global enterprises such as Allianz, ANZ Bank, Experian, First Data, HSBC, Lexmark, Merck, Sentry Insurance, Starbucks, Telstra, UBS, Vantiv (now WorldPay), Vodafone, and Whole Foods. These customers rely on Tricentis to achieve and sustain test automation rates of over 90 percent—increasing risk coverage while accelerating testing to keep pace with Agile and DevOps.

Tricentis has a global presence in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, India, Netherlands, Singapore, Switzerland, Poland, United States and the UK. To learn more, visit or follow us on LinkedInTwitter, and Facebook.

About QASymphony

QASymphony accelerates digital transformation with software testing solutions that help enterprises prioritize quality, develop reliable software and increase speed to market. The qTest platform streamlines software testing in agile and DevOps environments and centralizes testing efforts across the enterprise. By taking a strategic approach to quality, QASymphony enables enterprises to develop higher-quality software, faster, to better support new business models and customer experiences.

The qTest platform streamlines development workflows by seamlessly integrating testing with leading automation, development and delivery tools including Atlassian’s Jira, CA Agile Central, Github, Selenium, Cucumber, Jenkins and many more. QASymphony is trusted by leading enterprises including Forcepoint, PFSweb, Cisco, Samsung, Verizon and Office Depot.

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+1 (904) 673-4427

Perfecto is First to Fully Support Automated Continuous Testing of PWA

Perfecto’s offerings are architected to extend open source test automation frameworks

BOSTON, June 12, 2018 — As brands strive to deliver more engaging digital experiences, Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are gaining momentum. Perfecto, the leading continuous testing and monitoring platform for optimizing DevOps pipelines, is the first cloud-based testing platform provider to support automated testing of PWAs. Perfecto supports early PWA adopters who are testing PWAs across desktop and mobile platforms.

Early reports demonstrate PWAs improve user experience, grow engagement and increase conversions. PWAs offer users the ability to use sites while offline, receive push notifications and access platform features like cameras, microphone, speakers, data storage, and GPS. These capabilities are propelling PWA adoption and enriching website experiences with capabilities previously only available with hybrid and native mobile apps.

PWA adoption is expected to increase. In a recent survey conducted by Perfecto, 41 percent of respondents plan to add PWA capability to their sites already following responsive web design (RWD) over the next 12 months with an additional 32 percent actively researching the shift. Organizations across all industries are recognizing PWA benefits. One major e-commerce site reported a 76 percent increase in mobile web conversions with 14 percent more active monthly users on iOS and 30 percent more on Android. A leading business magazine publisher redesigned their mobile experience as a PWA, resulting in a 43 percent increase in sessions per user.

“PWA is one of the latest web development market innovations being embraced today after responsive web design to enhance user experience,” said Roi Carmel, chief strategy officer at Perfecto. “Our Automation Coverage Extension capabilities provide us the architectural advantage to provide DevOps teams with what they need to automate PWA testing to deliver flawless user experiences.”

Automating PWA testing requires support for unique PWA use cases. Perfecto supports the following PWA use cases. Collectively, they help teams implement continuous testing and achieve velocity objectives.

  • Launching PWAs – The ability to launch PWAs from device home screens benefits users and creates a new challenge for test automation. Perfecto is introducing a new capability to launch progressive sites in parallel on desktop and mobile platforms.
  • Test authoring & execution – As a hybrid technology, PWAs require the ability to interact with different types of user interface objects. Perfecto’s Object Spy provides test automation developers a single view of all objects in application under test. As a result, identifying and interacting with both web and native iOS and Android objects in a single flow is fully supported. This overcomes Selenium and Appium limitations of inspecting PWA document object model (DOM).
  • Test audio, camera, and location-based scenarios – PWAs introduce the rich engagement capabilities of mobile devices to websites. Perfecto supports automated testing of user flows requiring audio, image and location-based inputs. Automated testing can also handle push notifications.
  • User condition test scenarios – The PWA benefits of increased conversions are in part driven by websites now becoming accessible while users are offline leveraging service workers. Perfecto’s Wind Tunnel™ capability enables testing network disconnections and measuring object rendering times.
  • One test, one report – Perfecto supports executing PWA tests in the cloud, on desktop and mobile platforms in parallel. PWA tests executed across Android, iOS, Windows and MAC OS generate one combined test report.

To learn more about Perfecto’s support of PWA, visit this link.

About Perfecto 
Perfecto’s Continuous Quality Lab enables DevOps teams to accelerate development, achieve continuous testing and monitoring, and drive fast feedback through actionable analytics for web, mobile, and IoT apps. More than 3,000 customers rely on Perfecto’s cloud-based Continuous Quality Lab as their digital app test environment and for authoring test automation executed on real browsers, smartphones, and devices under real end-user conditions. For more information about Perfecto, visit, join our community, or follow us on Twitter at @PerfectoMobile.

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Alexandra Evans

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