Worksoft Certify Wins Top Spot for Second Consecutive Year
DALLAS, TX (November 6, 2012) – Worksoft®, a leading provider of automated testing solutions for packaged enterprise applications, today announced that Worksoft Certify® has achieved the distinction of “Best Commercial Functional Automated Testing Tool for SAP®” in Automated Software Testing Magazine’s 2012 ATI Automation Honors. Worksoft has received the top award for the second year in a row.
“The ATI Automation Honors are awards that celebrate excellence in the discipline of software test automation,” said Dion Johnson, Managing Editor of Automated Software Testing Magazine. “The automation community enthusiastically selected Worksoft Certify as their top rated pick for ‘Best Commercial Functional Automated Testing Tool for SAP’.”
The ATI Automation Honors is the industry’s original set of awards dedicated to software test automation and it recognizes tools, resources and practitioners that demonstrate excellence. The 2012 ATI Automation Honors awards rely on industry practitioners to identify those tools, resources, and people which are the best, which have the most significant upgrades and/or are setting the trends that will take software test automation to the next level in the coming year.
Worksoft Certify is an automated functional testing solution specifically designed for packaged enterprise applications such as SAP and the SAP software ecosystem. Using an object-driven approach, Certify eliminates the need for scripting or writing testing code that legacy testing solutions require. Worksoft Certify also integrates with, and is certified for use with the SAP Solution Manager application management solution. Worksoft Certify integrates with all common application lifecycle management (ALM) platforms.
“Worksoft is honored to be selected for the second year as the best functional test automation solution for SAP. We are proud to be awarded this ATI Automation Honor that recognizes excellence in software test automation,” said Shoeb Javed, CTO of Worksoft. “As test automation becomes a must-have capability for top companies, we are pleased that customers and partners around the world are realizing the benefits of faster innovation, reduced costs, and improved quality enabled by automated testing.”
About Automated Testing Institute
The Automated Testing Institute (ATI) is a global organization focused on elevating the discipline of test automation through obtaining, relaying, exchanging and certifying industry standard test automation knowledge, information, and techniques. With its online reference site, magazine, common body of knowledge, training program, community of thousands and more, ATI has taken a lead role in providing a comprehensive source of software test automation information to the IT community.
About Worksoft Inc.
Worksoft is the industry’s leading continuous test automation platform for Enterprise Packaged Apps, offering a diverse ecosystem of service providers, software integrations, and machine learning solutions to enable true end-to-end, unattended automated testing of mission-critical business applications, including SAP, Oracle, Salesforce, Workday®, SuccessFactors, ServiceNow, and more. Microsoft, Cardinal Health, P&G, Honda, 3M, Intel and Siemens are just a few of the world’s leading global companies who have turned to Worksoft to achieve unparalleled continuous testing at scale and realize DevOps and Agile initiatives. Chosen by the world’s foremost Global System Integrators, Accenture, IBM and Cognizant, Worksoft is embedded into their ERP practices to support their Agile, DevOps, and SAFe methodologies and accelerate digital transformations.
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