Software testing tools aren’t a one-size-fits-all proposition. There are no established standards for them. They require some measure of fitness or at least alignment to the application being tested, the skill set of the user(s), the frequency of development and release, and so many other factors. This is a case where the team can’t just pick a large, established vendor to go with and expect it all to work. There’s nuance to this. That nuance separates the projects that succeed and those that are doomed to fail. Skipping or shortening the critical analysis of your automation goals versus the vendor solutions can be a crucial misstep. We advocate for a comprehensive approach the ensures the most critical results are achieved.