All Posts From February, 2018
As a former Quality Center user I am not surprised at the high level of frustration with its poor functionality particularly reporting, customisations and integrations. Things have moved on and in the 21st century there is a modern alternative.
Nor am I surprised that some unenlightened users are content with QC/ALM’s limited offering.
2017 was the year HP themselves moved on from QC/ALM through their disposal of this business to the British company, Micro Focus. These venerable products have only evolved slowly but they have been re-branded many times and you may know them as Quality Center, Test Director and QTP.
Many companies have struggled with HP’s code-centric approach to test automation and UFT/QTP is typically either on a shelf or absorbs a disproportionate amount of effort to keep it working as their applications were enhanced.
We surveyed HP QC/ALM (now Micro Focus) users over the Christmas period and having consolidated the results are pleased to make them available to all those interested.
The responses indicate a high level of frustration with the product that has been around since the 1980s and also, that many users are looking for a modern, more functional alternative.
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Get the full side-by-side comparison with a more in-depth, technical evaluation here
Last month I was in Denmark at a leading European carpet manufacturer to train and consult on Qualify, our application quality management solution and TestDrive, our 100% code-free test automation product.
Their business systems are a mix of Infor M3 heavily customised to provide integrations with multiple legacy systems. This presented no problem as both Qualify and TestDrive are technology neutral and can run over almost any application whether client based or in the cloud.