We can all agree that if artificial intelligence could be used to automatically create test cases and then execute them, we would be able to overcome the challenge of how to traverse the path from manual to automation without blowing one’s budget.

There is also no doubt that the software testing process continues to include a significant amount of manual activity thus, making applying A.I. a suitable solution for applying a variety of areas of software testing to help improve efficiency and quality.

Of course, there are challenges such as quality, speed and cost. However, a recent study by Dimensional Research shows that most enterprise IT testing is run manually with an annual cost of $120 billion. Whereas, automated testing is at $30 billion a year.

Now imagine having a plugin that enables you to go further, faster.

Using advanced A.I.-driven NLP techniques, testers can now quickly and simply convert existing manual test cases into fully-automated test scripts.

To learn more about how easy it is to convert a manual test case from MS Excel or any ALM into an automated one (complete with a supporting network), click here.

About HCL OneTest

HCL OneTest provides software testing tools to support a DevOps approach: API testing, functional testing, UI testing, performance testing and service virtualization.

It helps you automate and run tests earlier and more frequently to discover errors sooner — when they are less costly to fix. HCL also provides a bundled offering under a new consumption model that changes the way you can use and deploy DevOps software.

The new offering helps simplify your planning for adoption and growth of critical DevOps products.

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