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Why Automated Tests?

Most companies are testing software for any platform manually with huge teams. Let’s check why they should change these processes as automated tests.


Automated test codes are mostly reusable without any change of code line. Especially for regression tests which is boring for most of the testing teams. Previous tests are just a way of one-click 😉

No Time Restriction : 7 / 24 Available

Tests can be scheduled at any time, so it doesn’t require any extra time or effort for executing the tests.

Improves Testing Quality

Every step of the tests is defined in the scripts, so it is always running with the same code. Missing points are easily detected with the test results. So, it is easy to improve your test quality and also the overall quality of your software.

Bug Detection and Reporting

When the tests are executed manually, It is hard to reproduce cases and report the issue to developer teams. However, automated tests can detect bugs easily and reports to issue tracking systems automatically with the step-by-step case, screenshots, and error logs.

Reduces Costs

When the tests are automated, it just needs maintenance. No need to rework for every test cycle. So it reduces the testing costs.
In addition to this, your test team only adds new scenarios with new features.

Saves Time

Automated tests can run parallel for different platforms at the same time. So it saves time and has a positive effect on delivery time.

Increase Coverage

Test teams don’t spend their time testing the same scenarios/cases again and again. So that, they can implement new scenarios which can increase test coverages.

More Automation, More Momentum

If you want to make your software one step forward, you need to automate every process.
Every automated step makes your software closer to the perfect one.

We are offering you to make the best with MOMENTUM which helps you to automate DevOps processes in terms of ;

• Building Versions
• Testing ( Unit, Integration, Functional )
• Code Quality & Coverage
• Deployment
• Issue Tracking

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