Tag: TestDrive-UAT

“Captive, bound and double-ironed”- Jacob Marley’s ghost, or UAT with an SME?

skull suggesting ghost of Jacob Marley

Are your Business Users doomed to the same fate as Jacob Marley, the chained and tormented ghost in Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol”? “Captive, bound and double-ironed “ and dragged away from their day jobs to go through tortuous repetitious

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Webinar: Taking the pain out of User Acceptance Testing – the easy way

Getting your business users involved in that final stage of testing before go-live can be a pain. You’re dragging them away from their day jobs and they are not usually professional testers which can make the process harder. Here’s a

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Toothache, Headaches and Manual Testing

Man holding head and chin indicating headache and tootache

Painful medical conditions and manual testing may not initially appear to have much in common, but while neither will kill you, they both impact your productivity and the world would be a more pleasant place without either of them. Science

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Fake News! “Automation can Replace UAT”

Man holding mobile phone with Fake News headline

Manual testing is tedious but can you really get rid of UAT by adopting automation? It’s a great concept but can you really leave the Subject Matter Experts alone so they can get on with their day jobs? Reality Check:

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Major Infor M3 Account gains significant efficiencies by tackling Application Quality

rolls of carpet

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

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Biscuits. The answer is biscuits

Tasty Biscuits for User Acceptance Testing

On hearing that word I was reminded of the endearing broadcasts and interviews with Jess Thom, a lovely lady who spoke about Tourettes syndrome. Her inspiring frankness and humour helped me gain a sympathetic understanding of some of the challenges

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