Realizing DevOps goals with integration and QMetry’s open APIs
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is a global network of firms delivering world-class assurance, tax and consulting services for businesses. PwC is part of the “Big Four” the world’s largest professional service firms with operations stretching worldwide.
At the time of their initial demo, PwC were only looking for a limited number of server users in their India office. However, once they saw the potential of integration and QMetry’s DevOps-friendly test management tool, they realized the tool could benefit all their projects. Ultimately, they migrated to QMetry for several projects across the UK and the US, extending to more than 10000 server users.
1. Required a flexible and open solution that was DevOps/Agile friendly 2. Standalone solution lacked Jira integration 3. Needed test automation support for Cucumber, TestNG etc. 4. Better integration and support needed for DevOps and CI/CD goals
During our initial consultation QMetry understood that the client challenges were primarily to do with integration and automation support. The clients were able to migrate some of their key test assets to QMetry Test Management for Jira using our import feature. QMetry’s open APIs enabled DevOps integration that helped connect with other products in their DevOps stack. PwC’s project teams were able to integrate Cucumber, TestNG reports and get a synchronous test management experience. Using the exploratory testing feature in QTM4J, client could automate test case documentation. Consequently, the flexibility and integration support helped the clients to save a great deal of time and efforts.
Seamless, one tool test management experience inside Jira
Significant cost, time and effort benefits with QTM4J
Access to both manual and test automation using QTM4J
Exploratory testing feature aligned with agile pace of projects
“ QMetry Test Management for Jira offered us everything we wanted inside Jira. We could access both manual and automated test results. We are also quite happy with the ExploratoryTesting feature. Finally, what stood out to use the most was integration and automation support.“