ROI in Test Automation

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Executives are always looking to cut costs and increase value. Test Automation is key in continuous delivery of digital assets for customers. But does Test Automation produce an ROI? If so, what is it? How can your department positively affect the bottomline with test automation?

Join Paul Merrill, CEO and Principal Consultant at Beaufort Fairmont to learn what your ROI could be with Test Automation. Learn how streamlining the process of developing digital assets starts with sound technical practices and how it can and can’t be measured within your organization.

Are you missing out on savings with your current software delivery processes? Find out by registering now!

Bio

Paul Merrill is CEO and Principal Consultant of Beaufort Fairmont. Frequent writer on test automation in top-notch testing publications and international speaker, Paul works with clients every day to accelerate testing, mitigate risks, and increase the value of testing processes with test automation. An entrepreneur, tester, and software engineer, Paul has a unique perspective on launching and maintaining quality products. Follow Paul on twitter (@dpaulmerrill) for testing insights.

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8 responses to “Webinar: The ROI for Test Automation – Are You Missing It? – 10/30/19 @ 12pm ET”

    • Hi Harshit, Just click the link “Register Now” and fill out the form. We’ll see you for the webinar on Oct 30!

  1. I am interested in understanding how ROI needs to be calculated when testing is outsourced. Also in my or, we are using two automation tools (free and licensed) to meet our requirements. In such a case how should the ROI be calculated.

    • Thanks Anandhi! We’ll talk through some of this, but if we’re going to get real figures that are helpful we have to account for not only all the value we get from good test automation, but also all the costs. Also, keep in mind, that many times we have a tendency to look at paid tools as costing more because we can easily see the licensing fee – but it’s not so easy to account for the payroll that is spent maintaining free or in-house solutions.

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