Our Test Automation Experts are well-versed in a variety of Test Automation tools, from our flagship TestArchitect Low-Code Test Automation tool, to many open source and 3rd-party tools including Selenium, HP UFT, Quick Test Pro, Ranorex, and more.
LogiGear is the creator of TestArchitect. Whether you’re Agile, or looking to implement Continuous Testing, TestArchitect has your Automated Testing needs covered. Whether you need mobile, desktop, application, or a combination of testing, we can help you customize and configure TestArchitect to meet your objectives. Our low-code Action-Based Testing test authoring approach democratizes quality in cross-functional DevOps teams. Ready to transform your Test Automation?
We Support a Variety of Test Automation Tools
Our Test Automation Experts are trained in a variety of open source and 3rd-party tools, meaning we can quickly coalesce with your team and processes to minimize downtime, thus maintaining quality.
Test Automation tools can often be quite costly; open source tools solve this by offering a free alternative with access to the source code–making the options for customization endless. Whether you’re working with Selenium, Appium, JUnit, Apache JMeter, or a number of others, LogiGear’s Test Automation Experts can help you unlock the further power of these open source tools to help you automate and release higher quality software faster.
The Test Automation tool market is always growing. With countless options available all specializing in different aspects, whether it be codeless scripting, specialized GUI image recognition, or native app support. Our Test Automation Experts are well-versed in competitor offerings, such as Ranorex Studio, HP UFT, or SmartBear TestComplete, this way, we can quickly and seamlessly instill more quality in your SDLC.
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