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Arno Van De Velde
Test Coordinator, ASR
Programme Manager, ASR
I am usually a rather skeptical person, especially when it comes to sales people selling their products. It's in the nature of a good tester to have this skepticism. I'd say this is the first tool and company that actually made me believe that what is being offered, actually isn't too good to be true.
Agile Designer enables mind shifting agility to our system development and it is becoming one of the most important tools to make requirement development more tangible and understandable for the business.
Grid-Tools Agile Designer exposes the path to success. It defines the optimal set of test cases to achieve your single most important objective—eliminate business risks associated with application failure.
23rd October 2015
Application testing environments face a constant stream of change requests, says Philip Howard, and the best way to deal with them is to reduce manual testing in favour of an automated approach. Manual intervention can be reduced by implementing a formal process for capturing changes and pairing it with software which can identify which test […]See more resources
19th October 2015
Today, user expectations are evolving faster than ever before, and organizations must be attentive to these changing needs. Experience-driven customers will turn to whichever vendor or service provider best understands their requirements, ands organizations must continually and iteratively work to improve their view of what customers actually want in order […]More News
30th July 2015
The recorded presentation held by CA is now available to view right here if you missed it or want to review the topics again. There are also other videos available on the CA Channels page which may be of interest you so, feel free to register yourself and access the […]More Events