Software Test Automation Implemented: Achieving Return on Investment.
University of Portsmouth
Software Test Automation has become an industry necessity and many organisations are trying to implement it effectively. However, organisations need to make sure that the right strategies, processes and technologies are selected and that software test automation has the highest positive effect in the organisation. Trying to understand that can be a challenge for many organisations. The test automation return on investment has long been a question by organisational leaders when implementing test automation. This eBook examines if ROI of test automation can be clearly measured and how this can be achieved. This ebook was produced as part of a research…....
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Christos has more than 20 years experience in the IT industry in large organisations in the fields of Software Testing, Technical Support and Consulting. He currently works as a Software Test Engineer at MR Healthtech Ltd, a leading technology partner in health insurance industry, and has gained extensive experience in manual testing and test automation. He holds a BSc in Computing and Information Systems and a MRes in Technology (Computer Science) from University of Portsmouth. He is also an ISTQB Certified Tester and an ITIL v3 Certified professional.
Christos is a lifelong learner and passionate about Software Testing and Software Test Automation. He is interested to expand his knowledge and skills and conduct research in the fields of Software Testing and Software Test Automation.
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