Release of Confirmiq Transformer for Automated Software Testing
SAN JOSE, CA: Conformiq, a renowned provider of sophisticated and comprehensive automated test design solutions, announced the launch of Conformiq Transformer— their latest solution offering which will helps in automating software testing across all markets by transforming tests for execution. The new offering extends the Conformiq 360 degree Test Automation solution for complex system testing at the speed of development.
A major issue with new technologies such as model-based testing is that the software testers now spend about 30 percent in test design, and 70 percent in test execution. This transformation was necessary for shortening the time and decreasing the resources needed for test execution, while maintaining the integrity of the existing Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) tools flow. The new Conformiq Transformer software platform automates the execution of the old and new tests, improving the productivity of the entire quality assurance organization.
This new solution will help in saving up to 70 percent of the required effort to automate test execution and support DevOps, Continuous Integration (CI), in-sprint, and Agile processes.
“Conformiq Transformer technology was developed to address the key bottleneck in software testing. Companies need a way to automate test execution, the most significant cost and time sink in today’s SDLC flow. Transformer automates execution of existing, legacy, manual tests as well as automatically-generated tests from Conformiq Creator,” remarked Mark Creamer, CEO of Conformiq. “Every software organization can benefit from this new solution, expanding our market and providing significant new value for our customers,” he added.
Conformiq Transformer brings down testing effort and the requirement for test execution expertise by automating functional testing and test execution, minimizing the risk of human error, programming and scripting. It directly links to automated execution frameworks and SDLC tools and processes and puts existing test assets such as test cases, requirements, and prototypes to good use. Now, testers can eliminate their test automation backlog and gain control, automation, integration and speed across the software testing cycle.