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This week, we released Tricentis qTest 11.3 for our SaaS customers. The corresponding release for our on-premises customers will follow within a few weeks.
Life sciences businesses often require certain tests to be reviewed and approved before they are executed. Those approvals – along with other compliance and audit requirements – have traditionally been a cumbersome, largely manual process in life sciences businesses, siloed from the test automation and management solutions used to accelerate testing and delivery in other industries.
Many of our customers use Tricentis Tosca, Tricentis Vera™, and qTest together to automate testing, streamline validation and approvals for those tests, and manage those tests for full context. The latest release of qTest extends our platform integration across these products by allowing users to route automated test with Tosca for pre-execution approval within Vera. In addition to the already available post-execution approval capabilities, this expanded feature addition continues to build on a unified, integrated solution from Tricentis to optimize test automation in computer systems validation. Please note: customers using Tosca, qTest, and Vera will require upgrades to Tosca 16, qTest 11.3, and the upcoming Vera 23.1 release to use this feature.
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