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Revolutionize Software Test Automation with AI


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Sponsored by MICRO FOCUS

Wednesday, July 8, 2020
1 pm EDT

Test Automation is considered one of the key aspects to deliver the speed and reliability of any continuous delivery pipeline and yet, according to the 2019-20 World Quality Report, organizations recognize that less than 20% of their testing is fully automated. 
Organizations point to many challenges with increasing automation coverage, but the lack of proper skillsets combined with the cost of building and maintaining automation assets are at the top of that list.
Artificial Intelligence can deliver revolutionary advances in functional testing to enable testers to easily keep up with the speed of these application changes across multiple devices and platforms while reducing the cost of building and maintaining automation assets. 

In this webinar, learn how Micro Focus is doing just that and leading the way with AI-infused Test Automation.

Eran Bachar 
Senior Product Manager, Functional Test - Micro Focus
Eran leads the product vision and strategy for functional testing within Micro Focus. He has over 15 years’ industry experience in enterprise software development, leading cross functional teams with a solid background in both research and development, quality assurance and product management. Throughout his career he has helped global organizations successfully adopt development and testing best practices and routinely speaks on a broad range of test and quality topics.
Eran is passionate working with companies worldwide to help them execute on their DevOps and cloud transformation projects as well as developing functional test solutions that address emerging customer needs with a specific focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning. He holds a bachelor’s degree in management and computer science from The Open University of Israel.

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