Improve Productivity & Collaboration.

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No scripting required: non-technical users and developers can perform robust test automation more efficiently.

Using wizards coupled with a simple authoring IDE, non-technical users can quickly create test cases,  and easily modify them when new functionality is added.   Subject7 uses industry standards so that users can learn the product more easily without having to learn new proprietary languages or processes.

Our Software as a Service platform is accessible from all browsers, with no installation.

Subject7's test automation can be installed in the cloud or on-site or as a hybrid model.  Out-of-the-box, no configurations are needed to write the first test case.  Anytime access to the Subject7 test automation platform makes working together easy and productive.

Teams no longer work in silos with Subject7.  The Subject7 platform allows team members to easily share and collaborate, while maintaining a documented, secure repository of all test materials, including artifacts and test definitions.

 

Streamline Cross Browser Testing via Parallel Execution.

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Run the same test with many data sets, browsers, and platforms with no scripting.

You no longer need to manage hundreds of machines in your inventory for testing, or worry about keeping up with the latest browsers and configurations. Subject7 manages and maintains them in the cloud. It's no longer an afterthought to check new code against the latest configs. We take care of this for you, freeing valuable resources of capital and human-capital for more strategic activities.

 

Document Video Evidence of Defect Triggers.

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End "I Can't Reproduce This Defect!?!"

At the heart of the software testing process is correcting found defects prior to production. One of the most aggravating challenges for developers is reproducing the defect, so that it can be reviewed and fixed. Subject7 eliminates this problem.

If a defect is found, the developer receives a report with:

  • Video of the sequence that triggered the defect

  • Screenshots

Granular level details on each test execution include:

  • Duration & speed

  • Browser version

  • Log information