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Kickstart: Mobile Testing Automation

Manual mobile app testing can be time consuming, frustrating, and costly, ultimately proving insufficient. The vast number of devices and OSs — combined with rigorous updates and deployments — makes manual testing a losing proposition.

Has your company had enough?

What do we do

Automating mobile app regression testing is no longer an option. It’s a necessity. However, since most organizations have limited experience with mobile-specific testing automation, finding the right strategy poses a serious challenge.

Anexinet offers a two-step solution — a Mobile Testing Automation Kickstart followed by an Automated Testing Starter Pack. This process solidifies your organization’s Test Automation Roadmap, creates a Test Plan, provides training on test automation tools (such as SOASTA TouchTest or Appcelerator Test), and provides Automation Sample Scripts to get you going.

Your next-generation enterprise apps start here.

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Our Approach

The Testing Automation Strategy Kickstart follows five key steps,
typically over a 1 or 2 week period:

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1. App Analysis & Direction Setting

First, we utilize the Mobile App Analysis Framework to gain a clear understanding of your app(s) by capturing those critical parameters being considered for automation.

2. Test Case Review

Next we review your current Test Cases to establish your overall readiness for automation planning.

3. Test Plan Ranking & Phasing

Then we rank each Test Case by Business Criticality, Value of Automation, Automation Readiness and Ease of Automation. These criteria classify your automation viability by applying an “Automation Priority” score, ultimately generating the Mobile Test Automation Roadmap.

4. Testing Approach Confirmation

Here, we examine and confirm critical test plan components such as testing triggers, resource model, testing and reporting tools, and testing acceptance criteria.

5. Testing Effort and Next Steps

In the final step, we establish the necessary automation testing effort by identifying the resources needed, the duration of the Testing Setup and Initiation Phase (Number of Automation Testing Starter Packs), and the overall expected effort for ongoing testing.

Not one size fits all !

Every step of this methodology has been carefully crafted and includes a well-defined set of exercises. We take into account our client’s unique needs and tailor this methodology to best accommodate each specific engagement.

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"People said it was impossible. We can’t do a one-call close.
We can’t do a service call without the VIN. Then Anexinet went ahead and built it.”

Curtis Kuboyama, EVP Strategic Development, Blue Yield