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[Factsheet] How to Analyze Test Results: Analysis Automation

The key to optimization is always found within the result. But how do you analyze and manage results?

As test automation is introduced to the software delivery process, the amount of available test results explodes.

Robots, or test execution agents, can run 24/7 without breaks and, on top of this, the number of test cases accumulate during each sprint. As such, more results are produced to be managed and analyzed. This requires the right approach.

If the time spent investigating test results exceeds the time saved by running automated tests, then automation does not improve output quality and it’s not worth the cost. To reap the benefits of automation, it is essential to know how to properly handle the growing amount of test results.

What can you achieve with the right analysis approach?

Following simple steps when analyzing results will make the delivery process easier to manage no matter your position. The outcome of the test results paints a picture of what to optimize and prioritize throughout the testing process. 

A better understanding of results usually creates more transparency within and outside of the testing team. Getting started on analyzing a great number of results can seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. 

Download the factsheet to optimize your approach today

Learn some easy steps on how to manage and analyze your test automation results in the fact sheet below, and discover how a new approach to analysis of your test automation results improves processes, outcomes, and teamwork. 

Continuous delivery requires continuous testing, which sets the pace in the pipeline. In a fast-paced testing environment optimization of (failing as well as passing) test cases is crucial. 

Learn how to speed up your testing processes through automation software and get started on analyzing test automation results today: 

Download Factsheet How to Analyze Test Automation Tesults

Kasper Fehrend
Kasper Fehrend
Senior Product Evangelist at LEAPWORK.

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