Software Automation Framework

Indium’s Software Automation Framework Enhanced (iSAFE) is a customizable and portable software testing framework for web applications.

iSAFE is a tool agnostic framework that can be used across commercial and open source products like QTP, Selenium, SilkTest, TestComplete, Ranorex, etc and it can work on any scripting language. It also uses XSL transformation for producing custom HTML reports satisfying different client requirements.

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iSAFE Advantage

iSAFE allows extensive test coverage using automation leading to decrease in possible human errors or intervention. The testing methods enhance the quality of the end product. iSAFE facilitates reusability of the test scripts leading to reduction in cost and time to market. It requires much less effort and cost on maintenance of the test scripts and test data. Last but not the least; iSAFE conveys enriched report with varied analytics.

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“Next Generation Test Automation Framework”

Indium Software’s Next Generation Test Automation Framework With Enhanced Analytics and Visual Dashboards

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Test Reporting Test NG, JUnit
Support to Excel HTML Report
Exhaustive Log Files
Generic Application Keywords
Exception Handing and Screen Shot Management
Exhaustive Log Reports
Data Keyword Driven

Key Challenges

  • Fast and reliable test automation framework
  • Maximum test coverage within rigid timeframe
  • Chaotic test process will increase testing costs
  • Coverage of all the browsers and operating systems
  • Maintenance of cost, quality and performance

iSAFE Perspective

  • Enhanced customization of automated test scripts
  • Structured testing methodology
  • Reliable defect detection and efficient root-cause analysis
  • Automation testing preferred over dependency on technically skilled resources