Quality Assurance Testing Q&A

How do you make your business case for test automation so compelling that management agrees?

In our Vericenter program, we have a strong QA testing offering. To build this offering, we often work with other thought leaders in the field of QA testing. One of the questions we initially had in developing this offering—How do you make your business case for test automation so compelling that management agrees?

In his article, “Developing a Compelling Test Automation Business Case,” Bob Galen provides the steps of developing a compelling business case for test automation in a three-stage process:

1)      Assessing the climate for test automation

2)      Exploring and defining Hard ROI goals for the effort

3)      Exploring and defining Soft ROI goals for the effort Read More>>

While we’d like to tell you more, we don’t want to give away the farm. We encourage you to read and digest this piece of intellectual reasoning which explores many angles of each stage, and then leave your comments, thoughts, and experiences with the topic on our blog.

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