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Leapwork partners with Microsoft to bring AI-powered visual Test Automation to Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform customers globally.
Thursday 22 June 2023, Copenhagen: Leapwork, the visual, AI-powered test automation platform, has entered into a partnership with Microsoft to enable customers and partners to drive innovation and achieve continuous quality across Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform. Microsoft customers and channel partners can utilize Leapwork’s solution to manage monthly software updates seamlessly and automate business processes across any application or technology.
Leapwork offers powerful technology that is robust enough to automate across applications both inside and outside the Dynamics 365 platform and Power Platform, and an AI-powered, visual, codeless system that makes it easy for non-technical, everyday business users to build and maintain test automation at scale. With Leapwork, Dynamics 365 and Power Platform customers and partners can achieve continuous, end-to-end testing across applications, minimizing the risk of disruptions during monthly software updates and supporting the delivery of quality at speed.
Christian Brink Frederiksen, Co-Founder and CEO at Leapwork, said: “We are proud to partner with Microsoft to help more Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform customers and partners to remain competitive in today’s market by keeping up with the speed of software delivery while safeguarding business continuity. Together, we will support customers by empowering them to manage monthly updates with confidence, without sacrificing quality.
“Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform are cornerstone technologies across business-critical functions, and constant testing is paramount in many cases to keep the business running. By partnering with Microsoft, Leapwork can truly empower businesses to embrace test automation, minimize repetitive work and hit their goals while reducing the risk of errors,” said Brink Frederiksen.
Leapwork's test automation platform is built for the frequency of change in a digitized economy, with a ramp up time of less than 30 days. It integrates into existing CI/CD pipelines and can be used to automate processes end-to-end across the Dynamics 365 platform, as well as applications like Salesforce, SAP and Oracle.
Mike Ehrenberg, Technical Fellow at Microsoft and CTO of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Applications Group, said, “We know that we can drive service quality by proactively pushing essential updates to our services. We also know that many customers need to validate any changes to these mission critical services in a sandbox environment before they are deployed to production. Speed and cost make automated regression testing tools necessary for that validation. Some of our customers have successful test automation processes with other tools, including our own, today, but Leapwork’s no-code experience for test creation empowers a broader percentage of our customers to effectively implement automated testing. Enhancing the quality of their Microsoft Dynamics 365 service experience and lowering the total cost of ownership through Leapwork is a win-win opportunity.”
Find out more about how Leapwork can ensure continuity with every Microsoft D365 update here.
Leapwork is the leading global AI-powered visual test automation platform, empowering the world’s largest enterprises to adopt, maintain and scale automation in less than 30 days. Unlike traditional test automation, Leapwork is as easy and intuitive to use as cobbling Lego blocks together, for even the most complex test automation cases, which is why we are used by hundreds of global enterprises across all industries, from banks and insurance companies to life science, government, and aerospace. Clients include Mercedes Benz, PayPal, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences and BNP Paribas. The company is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, and has local offices across Europe, US and Asia.
To learn more about Leapwork, visit: https://www.leapwork.com/
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