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Clicks Not Scripts – Accelerate Enterprise Software Releases With AI-Driven Test Automation


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Sponsored by keysight technologies

Tuesday, November 2, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Traditionally, testing the user experience end-to-end relies on legacy methods born from manual scripting and single-purpose tools. But this is a slow, labor-intensive process that's prone to errors. There's a better way.

In this session you will learn:

  • How AI-driven test automation for CRM applications, such as Salesforce, benefit from digital twin technology by creating a virtual model
  • The benefits of comprehensive testing end-to-end across all platforms:  Mobile, cloud, desktop, etc.
  • How auto-generated test scripts and snippets can accelerate your CI/CD pipeline to improve user experience and simplify your test environment with one platform

Enterprise application teams face the challenge of testing the next release of real-time and mission-critical systems within shorter release cycles but face further complications from: 3rd party application integrations, custom configurations, policy enforcement, and cross platform functional and regression testing.

Please join us to learn how to improve your functional performance and user experience testing.

Humza Ahmad
Solutions Architect - Keysight Technologies, Inc.
Humza Ahmad is a Solutions Architect within Keysight Technologies software test automation group. He is responsible for driving and managing the technology evaluation and validation stages of the sales process, ensuring the technical and business benefits are achieved. Humza previously held positions at SAP and Accenture and is an experienced technical sales consultant with a track record of assisting organizations with their strategic business and IT transformation initiatives.

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