Worksoft Impact. The Easiest Way to Automate Risk-Based Testing for SAP.
Worksoft Impact automatically identifies what’s changing, prioritizes tests, and analyzes your existing automated test coverage. It works in conjunction with Worksoft Certify and Worksoft Execution Manager to provide a comprehensive test automation solution. Impact runs transport analysis by looking at Tcodes, programs, and objects that are changing. Changes are mapped against existing testing processes in Worksoft Certify, and a gap analysis is produced. Using the gap analysis, testing efforts can be prioritized and resource utilization can be optimized.
See for yourself how easy Worksoft Impact is to use!
Shorten SAP testing cycles, improve quality and reduce costs and risks.
Minimize the time and resources required to test changes in SAP.
Increase quality by ensuring test coverage of end-to-end critical business processes.
Identify tests in Certify and then auto-run them in Worksoft Execution Manager.
Leverage analytics to identify test coverage gaps and focus testing efforts.
SAP Solution Manager, Business Blueprints, TBOMs and BPCA
Many companies use SAP BPCA (Business Process Change Analyzer) for impact analysis. This can be effective, but requires a large investment of two things often in short supply – time and resources. BPCA relies on an accurate, consistently updated SAP Business Blueprint along with TBOMs (Technical Bill of Materials). Worksoft Impact eliminates the need to use either, because it automatically identifies appropriate tests in your existing Worksoft test library.
Worksoft Certify integrates seamlessly, and is certified for use with SAP Solution Manager. If you’ve already conquered the complexity of BPCA, Worksoft Certify Impact can import results for tests and gap analysis.
Worksoft Extends Automation and Drives Business Agility
Every company that runs SAP software should have automation. It’s not even a question. Last year, we went live with over 15 SAP projects. Without the automation, we would have increased the risk of introducing possible failures into our production environments.Eric Woodworth VSP Global