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Exploring the Relationships between Testing ROI, Testing Risk and Testing Maturity

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In this 45 minute webinar, Ian Howles will discuss how to explore the practical relationships between Testing ROI, Testing Risk and Testing Maturity. He will be detailing the links between the three items, the context of each and how they impact each other. Everyone has heard and understands that early testing is cost efficient but in order to realise the ROI of early testing the exercising organisation(s) need to have reached a level of maturity. There are many complex inter dependencies that are rarely exposed to ensure that the simple “Test Early, Reduce Costs” mantra is met.

In the talk Ian will use many such examples as building a shed on a concrete base is ok but you would not do the same for a skyscraper! You do not build a house on quicksand, so why apply test automation to bad testing practices?

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Ian Howles

Ian has several years of experience in the field of software testing, quality management and process improvement. He is active member of a UK Testing Board and is a frequent speaker at testing conferences. He holds the ISEB practitioner certificate in software testing and has recently been granted BCS Fellowship.

Being an experienced Senior Testing Consultant / Architect with a track record of delivery in multiple industry sectors delivering into diverse technical areas such as Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP), Extranet, Taxation &amp; Benefits and Call Centres

Experienced in working with multiple Software development life cycles in various roles and on different size projects from 5 people to 500 people.

He has held multiple roles in his career including people, team and financial management in addition to his end to end test lifecycle experience.

A self starter and flexible team player with good leadership &amp; interpersonal skills who demonstrates attention to detail. Can work on my own initiative and has a very good awareness of current technologies. Communicates effectively at all levels with in an organisation and has extensive experiences in presentation, negotiation and conflict management.

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