Free Guide - The Hidden Costs of Ineffective Test Automation

Your test automation might cost you much more money than you expect. Learn about these problems and take steps to maximize your investment in automated testing.

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Are Test Automation Challenges Slowing You Down?

Test automation can be a game-changer for software development companies. With a solid test automation strategy, your team will have shorter development cycles and higher-quality applications. You'll be shipping so fast that you'll wonder why you didn't get started sooner.

However, implementing test automation isn't always easy. Many teams rush without making any plans. Someone on your team wrote a few test scripts and saw some early promising results. They go all in with automation, and everything seems to go well initially. Eventually, you'll begin seeing some cracks. Your automated tests slow down, become a pain to maintain, and produce inaccurate results that no one trusts. All of these issues lead to wasted time and money.

Does this sound like something your organization is going through right now? Don't worry, you're not alone. I've repeatedly seen the same mistakes happen throughout my career as a software engineer and tester. Automated testing always starts with good intentions but can turn against you if you're not careful.

These obstacles are why I created The Hidden Costs of Ineffective Test Automation, a short guide to help your team understand how your test automation strategy can make your company lose money and how your team can fix these issues before it's too late.

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What you'll learn in this guide

This brief nine-page guide will take you through a few potential issues that can cause your test automation strategy to cost you more time and money than what you put into it, such as:

  • Increased maintenance
  • Sluggish test execution times
  • Flaky and inaccurate results
  • Doing too much automation
  • Lost team morale

Once you understand why these costly issues happen, you'll be in a better position to mitigate them before they snowball into more significant problems down the road. If you follow some or all of the tips in the guide, it will positively impact your test automation processes and multiply your organization's ROI by making its software development processes more efficient and effective.

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Don't let test automation issues hold you back any longer. Begin taking small steps today to make a significant improvement to the way your team builds software.

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Meet Dennis

As a freelancer and consultant, I work with tech organizations worldwide to help them build effective, high-quality software. It's my mission to help these companies get their idea off the ground quickly and in the right way for the long haul.

For over 20 years, I've worked with startups and other tech companies across the globe to help them successfully build effective, high-quality software. My experience comes from working with early-stage companies in New York City, San Francisco, Tokyo, and remotely with dozens of organizations around the world.

My main areas of focus are full-stack web development, test automation, and DevOps. I love sharing my thoughts and expertise around test automation on my blog, Dev Tester, and have written a book on the same topic.

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