Go beyond combinatorial and pairwise testing and cover 100% of requirements in the optimal minimum set of tests.
Cut defect creation by up to 95% and provide clarity to end users when verifying that your test cases match requirements.
Significantly reduce the amount of time software testers spend manually repairing existing test cases in response to changes.
Prevent scope by accurately estimate the cost of new software development and changes to existing systems.
Optimize software tests and clean up your existing test cases, reducing your current test cycles by more than 30%.
Reduce the time needed to find and make test data by up to 95%. Link the right data to test cases and expected results.
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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.
11th September 2014
Agile Designer™ can enhance your existing requirements management or BPMN software.You can import your existing documents and business process models into Agile Designer™, or design clear, visual logic flows from scratch, to provide clarity of thought when gathering and analysing business requirements.See more resources
8th September 2014
NASA launched the $328 million Mars Climate Orbiter into space back in 1998, with the mission to study the climate of the planet. Just nine months after the craft was launched, and before it had begun its investigation, it lost all communications and signal with the ground. Partly this failure was all down to miscommunication in the software development life cycle, something which still remains a reason for project failure today. Find out how a improved communication and processes could have avoided the expensive failure.More News
21st July 2014
The webinar will explain how you use mathematical techniques to break processes down into clear smaller logical unambiguous requirements that can drive higher quality and faster development. The presentation will show how Agile Designer™ can be used to calculate accurate development metrics and build matching test data.More Events