July 10, 2013

Object-Oriented Test Automation

Testing of applications and equipment is critical to the success of ongoing operations for carriers and for the enterprise. However, many test-automation projects encounter significant challenges that lead to a poor return on investment (ROI). At the root of these challenges are the inherent constraints of traditional methodologies. This paper shows how an object-oriented test automation architecture empowers dramatic improvements in automation best practices-- delivering time to value, lowering total cost of ownership (TCO) and increasing the ROI of test-automation initiatives.

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