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testRigor Empowers Manual QA to Create Robust Functional Automated Tests

Last updated Friday, November 18, 2022 17:23 ET

testRigor Empowers Manual QA to Create Robust Functional Automated Tests

San Francisco, 11/18/2022 / SubmitMyPR /

San Francisco-based software company testRigor unveils its plans to make end-to-end functional test automation accessible to virtually any team with its powerful codeless features. The solution supports test creation for cross-platform tests across web, mobile, and native desktop applications.

Traditional test automation bears many challenges, such as the complexity of initial setup and test creation, as well as dreary test maintenance. These are the reasons why many software teams still perform testing manually. Another reason is challenging talent acquisition, since these tools require skilled automation engineers to build tests.

testRigor opens up the world of automated testing to virtually anyone, since it empowers manual testers to create, edit, and maintain even the most lengthy and complex test scenarios. Commands are in plain English, and what's more - even the element locators are referred to the same way as you would call them on the screen. The tool will automatically identify all possible locators for each element and make sure the test won't fail even if one of the locators changes. This means that companies are now able to do more with less, improving their testing coverage and reducing the number of issues that escape to the customers.

The revolution is in the simplicity of test creation, since all test steps are expressed from a human's perspective in plain English - and anyone on the team can contribute. The tests are also ultra-stable thanks to machine learning algorithms, and users can get results for the entire test suite in under an hour. Essentially, the entire process is vastly simplified: from initial setup to updating a test when it legitimately fails from a software change.

"We have created a solution that is an order of magnitude more streamlined than any test automation tool, and we've virtually solved the test maintenance issues," - says Artem Golubev, CEO, and Co-Founder of testRigor.

It seems that testRigor can become the only functional test automation tool you'll need - since you are able to create lengthy cross-platform tests across web and mobile, test SMS messages and audio calls, verify attachments, test email deliverability, check 2FA authentication, and so on.

Although testRigor is relatively new to the testing scene, they already have many established customers and large companies. One such customer is IDT, a Fortune 1000 company, which was able to increase their automated test coverage from 34 to above 90% in just 9 months by switching to testRigor - while also saving on their budget.

When it comes to the infrastructure, testRigor is cloud-hosted (and SOC2 certified), meaning that any server concerns are taken care of. The pricing plans are extremely flexible, since you have the ability to purchase exactly the amount of parallelizations and test suites you need for your business.

About
testRigor is headquartered in San Francisco, United States, and was co-founded by Artem Golubev in 2015. It is a codeless AI-enhanced cloud platform for functional end-to-end automated testing, empowering manual QA to create tests up to 15x faster and with up to 95% less test maintenance compared to other widely known automation tools.

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