QASymphony Rolls Out Testing Platform QTest


New testing platform marks strategic change in the way solutions are delivered.

Atlanta, GA (I-Newswire) January 29, 2014 - QASymphony, a developer of QA software testing tools for agile development teams, today announced a shift to a testing platform strategy and general availability of qTest and qTest eXplorer.

qTest is an enterprise test management platform that fully supports agile testing. Also announced today is qTest eXplorer, an add-on to qTest that automatically captures a tester's actions in both text steps and screen captures.

Together these integrated tools comprise a testing management platform that offers complete support for agile testing and provide the only consolidated testing platform to support both scripted and unscripted testing.

Available as a SaaS application for $29 per user per month, qTest provides a collaborative work environment for teams to manage requirements, design test cases, plan test execution, track defects, and generate status and quality-metrics reports.

qTest eXplorer (available as an add-on to the qTest Platform at $9 per user per month) performs unscripted session-based testing and can generate step-by-step documentation with screen captures. The qTest eXplorer integrated solution monitors session time, or the ability to define the duration of a session and see the remaining time. It intelligently captures step-by-step user actions in both text and screen captures, providing clear traceability into what was tested. Users can then submit the detailed documentation directly into the qTest Platform to auto generate test cases that can be used in future scripted regression testing.

"The testing tools of today don't fully empower testers to meet the demands of today's rapid, agile development environment," says Vu Lam, CEO, QASymphony. "Historically the needs of these different testing methodologies have been met through point solutions. But the realities of the demands on today's testers call for a more integrated approach that provides testers with the flexibility they need to gain the benefits across different testing techniques."

qTest arrives fully featured with pre-built integration with popular development lifecycle tools and defect tracking systems. Some of the features and modules include:

* Test Planning
* Requirement management
* Test case management
* Test execution
* Defect tracking
* Dashboards and Reports
* Built in workflows and collaboration

About QASymphony:
QASymphony is a leading provider of testing solutions that fit the needs of testing organizations at any level of maturity. Whether you are making the initial move from manual processes and need basic management help or you have processes and tools in place and are looking to enhance productivity, our test management and agile testing solutions can help you test more effectively. With HQ in Atlanta, GA, presence in Dublin, CA and operations in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, QASymphony is a software company built to revolutionize how software is tested, adopted, and supported. Empowering the QA testing teams for companies such as Good Technology, Silverpop, BetterCloud, and Zappos, QASymphony is a software-loving team, united by a common belief that software can be better and better tested.

Website: www.qasymphony.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/qasymphony
Twitter: www.twitter.com/qasymphony

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Sarah Lander, VP of Marketing, QASymphony, sarahlander@qasymphony.com

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About QASymphony

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