Case study: Project Name

Overview

Case studies should speak to your target client. Choose a project that aligns with your ideal client and that showcases how your product or services were effective in solving the client’s problem and reaching their goal. Give a quick summary of the story you’re about to tell, including a brief overview of the problem and how you solved it. Keep this section to 3-5 sentences.

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Challenges

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Approach

The client has Salesforce (SFDC) and non-SFDC applications, but no automation. Both types of applications, in addition to their APIs, need automation. The application needs to be automated for different regions like the USA, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. Browser compatibility testing has to be performed for different regions, based on the usage. The client follows SAFe methodology and wants to complete regression testing faster for every release.

Solution

Our team worked with product owners and manual QA of various regions and identified: Regression test cases that needed to be included in the automation. The application flow and data creation process of each region. Integration areas between SFDC and non-SFDC portals. Automation scripts were developed for SFDC objects, Pages and APIs using Provar, and for non-SFDC applications using Selenium. New automation scripts are now identified for every sprint, and the automation suite is updated accordingly.

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Conclusion

  • Regression testing became faster for every release.
  • Increased browser coverage for all the regions and saved approximately 120 hrs of manual testing effort per release for each region.
  • Functional testing was done at both API and application levels.
  • 30+ regression defects were identified early in the cycle and all the automation scripts are integrated with AutoRABIT.

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