Software Test Management
Gain Control of the Chaotic Software Test Management Process
Software quality is essential to business success. However, software quality means
different things to different people, making it difficult to deliver on quality.
For end users, it means IT systems that deliver “what we need, when we need it.”
For development teams, it means performance, scalability, reliability, functionality,
accuracy and usability all must be addressed. Geographically distributed teams and
cross-platform functionality further complicate the process, because team members
often use different testing tools, development processes and technology platforms
in physical or virtual development labs. This complexity, and the volume of tasks
involved in managing manual software testing and automated regression and performance
testing, makes formalized software test management a must if organizations want
to gain control of the process.
MNJ's Software Test Management solution gives you control of and visibility
into the entire software application testing process. From planning to test-and-fix
cycles to final decision support, MNJ's scalable, adaptable and open Software
Test Management framework enables you to manage the software testing process, whether
your organization is small or large, centralized or distributed. With MNJ, you
can harness the chaos of software testing by understanding the answers to key questions,
- Are critical requirements completely covered by appropriate tests?
- How do I effectively run tests in different software configurations on multiple
- Can I leverage virtualization to better manage complex, multi-configuration test
- How should I prioritize tests, and how do I know when to update them?
- What are the test results for a specific build?
- Where are the defects and what are the necessary steps to resolve them?
- What is the status of each defect? Is an open issue holding up the release?
- What progress is being made against our testing strategy?
- What are the quality trends for an application?
- Is the application really ready for deployment?