Evaluation Based on Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision
DALLAS, Dec. 15, 2015 – Worksoft®, a leading global provider of automation software for high-velocity business process testing and discovery, today announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation.[i] The Gartner Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors in a market segment with categories for leaders, challengers, visionaries and niche players.
According to Gartner, “As the requirement to support multiple browsers and devices increases, it is driving the demand to automate the functional testing of applications. We have focused on specific use cases to help define vendor positions.”
- Mobile Applications – The ability to automate the testing of apps on real devices.
- Responsive Design – The ability to automate testing of browser-based applications across multiple browser types and versions, which may also include mobile browsers.
- Packaged Applications – The ability to accelerate test automation for particular ERP and/or CRM applications of SAP and Oracle.”
Gartner states, “Because of the general maturity of the market, the Ability to Execute in a consistent fashion is critical and has been the defining attribute of the Leaders in this Magic Quadrant.”
“It is important to keep in mind that a Magic Quadrant emphasizes those criteria that help us assess where companies are with respect to being able to support a global enterprise deployment,” according to Gartner.
“We believe Gartner’s positioning of Worksoft in the Leaders Quadrant reinforces our special role in helping Global 5000 companies reduce technology risk and ensure quality across their enterprise applications,” said Jim Kent, chief executive officer, Worksoft. “We feel Gartner’s recognition confirms our leading market position in high-velocity business process testing, and supports our mission to help global enterprises increase the pace of innovation and lower the risk of disruption in digital business – even as firms deploy more advanced systems and cut costs,” he said.
With functional test automation software from Worksoft, companies can validate half a million process steps in a matter of hours across hundreds of business processes on hundreds of cloud-based virtual machines. Worksoft intelligent automation helps the world’s biggest brands understand their real-time business processes quickly, and ensure they continue to work when enterprise applications change. Companies use high-velocity test automation from Worksoft to replace manual processes, shorten project timelines, reduce costs, innovate faster, and improve business process quality across their technology landscape, including web, cloud, big data, mobile, and dozens of enterprise applications.
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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[i] Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation” by Thomas E. Murphy, Joachim Herschmann, and Maritess Sobejana, December 10, 2015.