Tag: Application Quality Managment

Ditching Quality Center? You Qualify for something so much better.

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Thinking about ditching the old HP Quality Center? Lots of organizations are. It’s antiquated, clunky, never was very good, and now thanks to Micro Focus, it expensive to keep using. Take a big step up to Original Software’s Qualify. It’s super

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Marston’s test automation reduces business risk

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Marston’s Plc, the world’s largest brewer of cask ale, that operates around 1500 pubs, 6 breweries, and exports to 65 countries worldwide is well aware of the need for business continuity. Watch this short video highlighting how they manage their

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Application Quality – Where’s the Big Win?

Every year we are contacted by companies looking to improve their application quality, typically for one of two reasons. Firstly, they may have been hurt by critical bugs reaching the live environment or they may simply want to lower the

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ege’s M3 upgrade gets the red carpet treatment

ege is one of Europes leading companies when it comes to the  design, development and production of carpets. Upgrading from a very old version of Infor M3 to 13.4 could have floored many but not Thomas Bjerregaard, ege’s Test Manager:

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10 Black Holes to avoid for successful application delivery. No.9

 Black Hole No. 9: Lack of cross-project visibility Gold Leader: It’s no good, I can’t manoeuvre! Gold Five: Stay on target. Gold Leader: We’re too close! Gold Five: Stay on target! Staying on target is the ultimate goal, but don’t

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10 Black Holes to avoid for successful application delivery. No.8

not supporting their working practices

 Black Hole No. 8: Not supporting all types of working practice Yoda: Decide you must, how to serve them best. Enterprise Agile versus waterfall and the challenges of heterogeneous environments are increasingly becoming hot talking points and many organisations are

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On Demand Webinar: A new world of AQM, Part 2 the drill-down

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In part one we whetted your appetite on the topic  “A more powerful world of Application Quality Management”. Now’s your chance to take a more in-depth look at the capabilities and benefits of a modern day AQM solution. This 30-minute

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10 Black Holes to avoid for successful application delivery. No.7

man confused by too complex technology

Black Hole No. 7: Don’t hinder collaboration with overly technical tools C-3PO: Don’t blame me. I am an interpreter. I’m not supposed to know a power socket from a computer terminal. We’ve already discussed how quality needs to be centrally

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10 Black Holes to avoid for successful application delivery. No.6

man collapsing in hamster wheel redoing the same thing time after time

Black Hole No. 6: Unnecessary re-work. General Madine: Is your strike team assembled? It might be the same team that has been used on previous projects, but with many application quality management solutions, users have to be set up over

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10 Black Holes to avoid for successful application delivery. No.5

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Black Hole No. 5: Lack of visibility and out of date information The Emperor: You’ve paid the price for your lack of Vision: If you will not be turned you will be destroyed. Understanding the current project status, the trends

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