Tricentis has been named a Leader in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation* for the fifth consecutive year (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019). Tricentis was also positioned furthest to the right on the completeness of vision axis for the third consecutive year.
This year’s report explores the increasingly critical role test automation tools play as organizations shift toward building multi-experience applications, as well as how 10 vendors compare to meet the needs of the complex testing scenarios these applications demand.
Digital Transformation Requires a Deep-Seated Transformation — Beyond Tools
According to Gartner, “Application leaders driving DevOps initiatives require effective test automation to succeed.”*
“Achieving optimized Continuous Testing isn’t as simple as selecting the ‘best’ test automation tool; it’s a journey that requires commitment to change,” explained Tricentis Founder and Chief Product Officer Wolfgang Platz in a press release. “At Tricentis, we’ve had the pleasure of guiding hundreds of top enterprises along this journey — in collaboration with many exceptional quality leaders. In our opinion, being recognized as a Leader in software testing is shared equally with our customers and partners. We feel that we would not have been recognized without their continued support and collaboration.”
Additional Recognitions for Tricentis
Tricentis was recognized in March as a 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Software Test Automation. Last year, Tricentis ranked highest for two use cases in the 2018 Gartner Critical Capabilities report for Software Test Automation: Enterprise End-to-End Testing (3.84/5) and Progressive Web Apps/Responsive Web/Native Apps (3.83/5) Use Cases.
Tricentis CEO Sandeep Johri credits these accomplishments to both product innovation and the transformation strategy Tricentis offers its more than 1600 global customers. “In a market that’s dominated by testing tools, our approach to customer success is focused on testing transformation,” Johri said. “The reason for Tricentis’ strong growth is that we partner with our customers to transform their testing process — versus just selling them point tools. These leading enterprises are now consistently delivering differentiating customer/user experiences through software while their less advanced competitors are living on borrowed time.”
Tricentis Platform Innovations
Tricentis has expanded its continuous testing support in a host of areas this year, which augment Tricentis‘ industry-leading capabilities in model-based test automation, agile test management and cloud-based load testing.
Read the highlights below or check all product updates here.
- AI-driven SAP Impact Analysis with LiveCompare: Tricentis acquired LiveCompare this year, an AI-powered impact analysis tool for SAP updates which exposes the risks to critical business processes lurking in any standard or custom change, and pinpoints highest-risk areas that require testing. LiveCompare enables organizations to deliver SAP upgrades 85% faster with 100% test coverage.
- A New Way to Visualize Continuous Testing Analytics: Tricentis Analytics provides portfolio level visibility through a predictive, BI reporting engine which simplifies and consolidates reporting across projects and tools.
- Cloud-based Test Design: The Tricentis Test Design Studio provides a cloud-based test design experience, allowing testers and business users to visually design tests as dynamic flowcharts. This intuitive, lightweight experience helps teams create optimal test suites for any sprint, release or system upgrade.
- Community Driven Test Automation with TestProject: Tricentis expanded its support for open source community this year with the acquisition of TestProject, which enables any software team to test web, Android and iOS apps using a low-code/no-code approach. TestProject’s architecture is built on the leading open source tools Selenium and Appium and shares automation building blocks with the entire community.
*Source: Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation,” Thomas E. Murphy, Joachim Herschmann, Jim Scheibmeir, November 25, 2019
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