Can your Infor M3 upgrades be completed fast, efficiently, and without disrupting ongoing business operations?
Can you make the case for upgrading to the next major release in terms of value to the business, so you get the commitment and budget you need to move forward?
To get a “yes” answer to these questions, you need to be able to validate that the applications running on M3 will support your business exactly as required, free of defects and free of business disruption.
This validation, or testing, is a massive part of any M3 implementation, upgrade or patch. Our solutions halve the time of testing, reduce your project cost, and ensure you are ready on time or before. We are pleased to be in partnership with Merit, Infor’s own consultancy arm, Anthesis and Leanswift, Infor partners, who are adopting Original Software solutions for their customer implementations.
You may already be on the latest version or considering upgrading from a prior version of Infor M3, Lawson or Movex. Whatever your situation, understanding how your business uses the application is vital. TestDrive-UAT, in conjunction with Qualify, documents how people use the application, providing a library for future reference.
Use your process documentation library to focus your testing on the areas of M3 that are important to the business. TestDrive-UAT will create test evidence and provide automatic feedback of any issues raised.
If you are new to M3 and are implementing, or about to implement, Qualify will provide you with the perfect platform for managing the effort. It enables you see who is doing what and when, and what the progress is. The TestDrive family will save enormous amounts of time (our customers report up to a 70% saving in the validation, or testing, phase) enabling you deliver the project on time and in budget.
Once you know how the business leverages M3 and have details of how it is used, you can start to automate large pieces of your testing using TestDrive. This means that you can implement patches and upgrades faster, cheaper and with more confidence, providing greater value to the business.
Managing work across recently dispersed teams is a new challenge for many. This is especially true of testing activities that require detailed two-way communication. Work on maintaining systems must go on and may be under increased pressure from the current economic and organizational challenges. So how do you help remote staff do their jobs effectively?
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