Month: April 2018

Lets talk about…User Acceptance Testing

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This white paper is based on conversations between Colin Armitage, CEO of Original Software and Jim Trentadue who has held a number of senior QA roles, amongst them  Corporate Vice President of Quality Assurance at New York Life Assurance. In

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Defuse the User Acceptance Testing Ticking Time Bomb

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Software applications built, purchased or consumed in the cloud all have one thing in common, they need to be tested before going live and had at least one round of User Acceptance Testing. That means a combination of business analysts

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SAP Upgrade and Patch Best Practice Poster

SAP Upgrade & Patch Best Practice

Upgrading and patching SAP applications is hard work. Thats why we have produced the latest in our popular series of Best Practice wall posters designed specifically for those using SAP. From preparation via the blueprint and realization stages to go-live

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Oracle Upgrade and Patch Best Practice Poster

Upgrading and patching Oracle applications is hard work. Thats why we have produced the latest in our popular series of Best Practice wall posters designed specifically for those using these applications. From preparation via the blueprint and realization stages to

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Infor M3 Upgrade and Patch Best Practice Poster

Upgrading and patching ERP style applications is hard work. That‘s why we have produced the latest in our popular series of Upgrade & Patch Best Practice wall posters specifically designed for Infor M3.  From preparation, evaluation and planning stages to go-live and post-live support, it’s full of practical hints

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Upgrade and Patch Best Practice Poster

Upgrading and patching ERP style applications is hard work. Thats why we have produced the latest in our popular series of Best Practice wall posters designed for those using multiple or bespoke platforms. From preparation via the blueprint and realization

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How to have happy users at the end of your Oracle upgrade

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Upgrades, enhancements and patches take substantial effort and planning. Everyone we speak to involves business users in their testing – and they don’t typically relish the process. The work is tedious and repetitive but if they are being inefficient and

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Making M3 users happy with an upgrade

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Upgrades, enhancements and patches take substantial effort and planning. We will look at the barriers and methods some organisations use to overcome them, as well as the process of implementing changes to M3 and, by adapting them, how to achieve

Testing SAP Applications – a Roadmap for Success

Upgrades, enhancements and patches take substantial effort and planning and with the 2025 deadline for moving to HANA looming, its never too early to start the process. This 20 minute presentation looks at the Who, Why, Where, When and How

When not testing properly nearly killed a great brand

I’m not going to name any names, that would be inappropriate. This is a true story about a brand that I know, I use and I value which is in a tailspin that it might never recover from (I do

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