Meet your test automation challenges head on

Your QA team is under pressure. You have to meet demands of the release cycle, and protect product quality with tighter budgets and less resources.

With Leapwork’s AI-powered visual test automation you and your team can see results faster, without writing a single line of code.

Why Leapwork Test Automation?

Robust and easy to maintain

We keep the maintenance burden low, so you don't have to spend unnecessary time fixing broken test automation. You’ll be able to learn, build, maintain and scale test automation in just 30 days.

End-to-end test automation

We work across your entire technology stack so you can test entire processes. You can use the same method to build and maintain tests, all in one central place. 

Dedicated support 

Our customer success team is there to help you identify and reach your strategic goals. Depending on your business requirements, we also offer custom Professional Services to ensure you reach targets even faster.

What is Leapwork test automation

Leapworks AI powered visual test automation platform is as easy and intuitive to use as cobbling Lego blocks together, for even the most complex test automation cases.

Entire enterprise teams will learn, build, and maintain automation in just 30 days.  

People using the Leapwork test automation tool to automate dynamics 365

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How Leapwork test automation works

See some of the headline features that make Leapwork so easy to use, maintain, and scale.

See our full list of test automation features ↗

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  • Flow easily from one step to the next with our cross-technology smart recorder. Then sit back and watch Leapwork transform them into visual automated tests.  

    Learn more about our test automation recorder ↗

  • Don’t start from scratch every time. Turn common steps into reusable sub-flows. Meaning less maintenance. Fewer development bottlenecks. Much happier teams.

    Learn more about our test automation reusable components ↗

  • Loop through rows. Call APIs. Write to databases. Validate data across your IT systems. And use the results live.

    Learn more about data-driven test automation

  • Struggling to understand why a test failed in heavy DOM structures? Quickly find the what and the why in three ways: video recordings, data-level insights, and activity logs.

    Learn more about our test automation debugging

  • Testing on multiple physical devices will be a thing of the past. All your tests can be spun up on the Cloud provider you work with or through local machines or remote computers.

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  • We use REST API. It makes us compatible with the most common DevOps tools and orchestrators you already use in your CI/CD pipeline.  

    Don’t see your tool or orchestrator listed?
    See our full list of test automation integrations

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“Leapwork was the only tool that met all of our requirements. It took me five minutes to build my very first automated test case, and that’s a case I’m still using to this day.”

Maarten Hersbach, Test Engineer

“We’ve reduced our testing time from 2 weeks to one night.”

Nasir Vaid, Director of Release Management, Tyler Technologies

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What do you want to achieve?

Implementing regression testing? Or running automated test end-to-tend? 

See what you can do with Leapwork.

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What do you want to automate?

Automate across your entire technology stack. Whether it’s a legacy system or a cloud application like Salesforce, we’ve got you. 

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What industry are you in?

What are your industry peers up to? See the value of test automation in actions. 

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What applications are you using?

We’ve got an automation recorder for every application you use.

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Frequently asked questions on test automation software

Get answers to our most common test automation related questions.

What is test automation?

Test automation comes in many shapes and forms. At its core, it automates repetitive and predictable software test cases to assure the quality of an application under test. There are many reasons businesses seek to automate their testing, which you can read about in our full article.

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What is a test automation pyramid?

A test automation pyramid aims to find the ideal balance between unit testing, integration testing and end-to-end testing. According to this model, 70% of testing takes place on a unit level, followed by 20% on integration testing, and 10% on end-to-end testing of the UI layer of an application. The balance, in theory, can be achieved by adopting test automation. However, this balance is dependent on the type of test automation you adopt.

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What is a test automation strategy?

A test automation strategy is a structured way to introduce or streamline the use of test automation. The basics could include identifying a testing environment, outlining the resources required and the solution you will onboard. This could also include a strategy on how to improve the maturity of your test automation approach in an effort to increase your quality output.

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How mature is my testing strategy?

There are many ways to determine where your testing strategy sits on a maturity scale. The most common testing framework was developed by the Illinois Institute of Technology, where you can categorize yourself based on the objectives set in terms of quality assurance and testing. See the breakdown in our post listed below.

See the full post on How Mature is Your Testing Strategy? →

How can I do regression testing faster?

To speed up regression testing, first consider your current state. If you are manually testing, consider adopting a test automation tool that limits build times, and keeps maintenance to a minimum. If you've had experience using test automation, or struggle to keep up with maintenance, consider reevaluating your current vendor in search for a maintainable, easier to use solution.

Learn more practical tips on How to do Regression Testing (Faster)

How many days does it take to learn automation testing?

This answer is very dependent on the type of test automation software you adopt. For code-based solutions like Selenium, while an effective tool for those with programming experience, it can take months, sometimes years, to learn how to efficiently and effectively build automated tests. 

Visual automation software such as Leapwork is different. You can learn, build, maintain and scale the software in just 30 days. 

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What is scriptless test automation?

Scriptless test automation, also referred to as ‘codeless’ or ‘no-code’, is a method of building automated tests without having to write lines of code. With this approach, enterprise teams and business users can take part in building and maintaining automated tests. Leapwork is an example of a scriptless test automation solution that minimizes the maintenance burden that Selenium users are so familiar with. 

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What’s the difference between test automation and RPA?

RPA and test automation are often confused. But there are some differentiating features that set them apart. From their ownership, to their purpose, and the domain knowledge required to carry out RPA or test automation. You can uncover their five differences in more detail in our blog post on What’s the Difference Between Test Automation and RPA? →

What are the benefits of using a test automation tool?

Transitioning from manual testing to automated testing can benefit enterprise organisations. However, their success is dependent on the test automation tool chosen. Tools with quick onboarding, fast build times, low maintenance and the ability to scale across technologies can bring cost savings, faster development and delivery times, better productivity, more accurate tests, and a lower risk of bugs entering production. 

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