UiPath Introduces New Connectors and Migration Capabilities to Enhance and Streamline Next-Gen Test Automation
UiPath offers CIOs and IT decision-makers the chance to cut costs by unifying and automating testing in a single platform. The UiPath Business Automation Platform has undergone substantial enhancements that will enable users to update their software testing procedures. The move makes complete software testing natively available to all clients.
UiPath Test Suite integrates the world’s top Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology with omnichannel testing capabilities. This accelerates scaling through continuous testing, cross-enterprise cooperation, and a consistent strategy to design and deploy automations. Practitioners who build automations and stakeholders who rely on automations, such as customers, and partners, gain from adopting Test Suite.
New features of the UiPath Test Suite include:
- Customers wishing to standardize testing on UiPath can use the migration accelerator service. It migrates both Test Management and Automation assets from frequently used older systems. This utility makes it simple for large enterprises with old Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) systems to switch to the company.
- Test Manager Hub: UiPath Test Manager interfaces for ALM and testing tools to improve management and coordination among the software delivery team and support new use cases for test automation.
After collaborating with Tasktop by Planview, Test Suite is now integrated with over 40 of the most well-liked ALM solutions. The new features also maximize automation coverage of testing. By automating what was previously challenging and complex, UiPath users can deploy production-grade test automation on both current and legacy systems.
One of the world’s most significant mining and infrastructure solutions suppliers, Orica, intends to employ Test Suite. This is to make it possible for its SAP S4 HANA software to update successfully.
“As we scale our automation program and build complex automations that will accelerate our business, the ability to automate testing within the UiPath Business Automation Platform will be critical,” said Chris Crozier, Chief Information Officer, Orica.