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ServiceNow Automation Tool Comparison ATF vs Selenium vs LEAPWORK

Are you struggling to find the best automation tool for your ServiceNow instance? Selecting the correct automation tool might seem hard at first but, with this comparison chart, you will be able to make an informed decision.

Maintaining the integrity and performance of business-critical processes in ServiceNow is of utmost importance, especially during development, modifications, and upgrades. That is the reason why an increasing number of organizations are looking into automation tools to help them mitigate risk while increasing the efficiency of their IT processes.

In this comparison chart we compare three of the most popular options when it comes to automating ServiceNow:

Automated Test Framework (ATF) Selenium LEAPWORK
ServiceNow's native test automation capability free open-source tool commercial codeless tool

Find out how do these three tools differ on:

  • Usability and adoption
  • Integrations
  • Application supported
  • Governance and documentation

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Lucia Cavero-Baptista
Lucia Cavero-Baptista
Content Marketing Manager

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