All-in-one test management tool for efficient software testing
“CAT” enables problems to be tackled at an early stage because the progress of the test phase is visualized in real-time, including test cases, test execution, and failure management. Schedules and performance and can also be managed for each member and specification document. This enables the number of test cases scheduled for execution to be checked on a daily basis and supports smooth project management.
Important information such as the development scope, source code, tests, and failure information can all be associated and checked using a tool on the Cloud. Since this enables the required information to be quickly accessed even from remote work and offshore development sites, projects can be efficiently forged ahead even from distant locations.
Since “CAT” links many external tools, projects can be facilitated on a single platform, even if the development team and QA team use different tools. It also enables information and goals to be shared between teams and helps generate new ideas and stimulate communication.
“CAT” features a user-friendly GUI and can be easily used. Prior knowledge is not required, thanks to a test design screen on the Web that features operability similar to Excel. Test cases can also be registered simply by dragging and dropping existing Excel files.
“CAT” seamlessly integrates with many external tools such as Redmine, Slack, and GitHub. This enables information important to development, such as reports, to be automatically shared, as well as source code and tickets to be updated for each member via the business communication tools normally used at the company.
“CAT” includes flexible custom field functions to enable customers to freely create on-screen functions themselves. It also enables data to be registered according to the necessity of quality analysis and the isolation of issues suitable for each development project.
“CAT” enables the progress of development to be visualized on the Web to share the progress of various sites even in environments where there are multiple development sites, such as remote work and offshore development, and thereby helps make bug fixing more efficient. This results in shortened lead times until product release.