Research shows that 64% of Test Automation fails, because they are not able to meet the expectations in terms of business results.
Know your Objectives Well. Success in Test Automation Strategy is based on it.
Time Driven Objectives?
Delivery Schedules are subject to market pressure. Late products can lose revenue, customers, and market share.
Companies face a continuous demand on resource and testing budgets to reduce time to market as well as cut production costs.
Performance Driven Objectives?
While it might be costly to be late to the market, it can be catastrophic to deliver a defective product.
There is no Silver Bullet for Test Automation!
It is perceived that automation is a silver bullet that will start delivering results on its day-one of deploying.
Most Organizations think about Automated Testing at a much later stage in the overall project lifecycle.
Perceptions and Myths
Automation will serve all the testing needs for an application and Automation succeeds where manual has failed.