The Value of Test Automation for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

We present this webinar in partnership with the Houston Regional Users Group

Speakers: William Wright – DWS, Tim Randall – Granite Construction

When it comes to enterprise software projects, testing can account for up to 65 % of the overall time and effort. So why do we test?

At its heart, change involves risk and testing is all about managing and mitigating risk. From an enterprise applications software perspective, we carry out functional testing to eliminate unwanted events that negatively impact on either system performance or user experience.

Today the nature of many complex IT systems means that even the smallest failure in one system can have a huge impact on your reputation and on your bottom line. Remember, testing is not an activity, it’s a process. It takes place throughout the software development lifecycle and is particularly important when enterprise applications are being upgraded, extended, enhanced or when businesses and the processes that define their business are evolving.

Watch this session to hear:
• Real-world examples of how to reduce the time and effort of functional testing.
• How test managers can view the progress and results of the test, at a project level.
• How end-to-end processes can be tested by combining scripts.