Continuous Testing to Accelerate Digital Transformation
Agile and DevOps have made Continuous Testing essential. Yet, software testing is still dominated by legacy tools and outdated processes—which don’t meet the needs of today’s digital transformation initiatives.
Our real-time Continuous Testing platform is architected to simplify testing of modern enterprise transactions. We ensure that your software delivers the experience your end users demand.
Tricentis is recognized as the Continuous Testing leader in both the Forrester Wave and the Gartner Magic Quadrant. We help leading companies such as HBO, Whole Foods, Toyota, Allianz, BMW, Starbucks, Deutsche Bank, Lexmark, Orange and UBS achieve 90%+ test automation rates.
Tricentis: Test Automation @ DevOps Speed
Sustainable test automation
Minimize test maintenance and maximize reuse so that rapid change doesn’t disrupt test automation.
Tests aligned with business risks
Understand what tests and data are needed to cover business risk; shift focus from pass fail status to “Is the level of business risk acceptable?”
Designed for enterprise architectures
Integrate testing for APIs, web, GUIs, mobile, SAP, data warehouses, and more—with service virtualization and test data management/generation.
The Story of Tricentis
As a testing services provider helping enterprises adopt test automation, Wolfgang Platz had the opportunity to try all the software testing tools on the market… and quickly discovered that none were up to the task. Creating automated tests was relatively simple, but maintaining them was a nightmare. Brittle tests delivered false positives after just a few test runs, burdening the testers with constant and costly maintenance.
It was immediately clear that this maintenance burden would prevent his clients from achieving their objectives, so Wolfgang decided to write a business-readable abstraction layer to enable high—and sustainable—levels of test automation.
Read Wolfgang’s first-hand account of how this seed developed into what’s now known as Tricentis Tosca and led to the founding of Tricentis.