Rainforest launches new testing product into GA
|Richard Harris in Application Testing Tuesday, March 14, 2017|
Rainforest QA testing platform available for all customers.
Bug discovery and building test coverage are two of the most time-consuming activities for QA teams. Typically, teams must devise and write tests ahead of time and continuously update them as software changes. While many teams frequently perform exploratory testing to surface undiscovered issues in their software, the undertaking is a manual and time intensive one that often takes away from development time and other QA activities.
With Rainforest Exploratory’s unique crowdsourcing approach, companies can instead leverage a global team of testers to execute their exploratory testing. This elite group not only explores an application to identify new issues, but also creates tests to subsequently catch those newly-found issues in future test runs. Customers can expect results in as little as 48 hours, and results include documentation of issues found, video recordings of the test execution, and scripted Rainforest regression tests for easy replication.
“Continuous deployment puts immense pressure on development teams; the demand oftentimes means businesses are shipping software with bugs, which can adversely impact their brands, customer loyalty and revenue,” said Fred Stevens-Smith, CEO of Rainforest QA. “Teams just don’t have the time or resources to perform continuous testing on their own, let alone scan for ‘unknown unknowns’ by regularly performing exploratory testing. With our crowdsourcing approach, we help protect a company’s product experience with a trained tester army that pulls double-duty: providing teams with a fast, resource-efficient way to scour their application for undiscovered issues and ensure that those newly found issues are tracked going forward.”
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