While introducing the tool in the organization it must match a need within the organization, and solve that need in a way that is both effective and efficient. The tool should help in building the strengths of the organization and should also address its weaknesses. The organization needs to be ready for the changes that will come along with the new tool.
If the current testing practices are not good enough and the organization is not mature, then it is always recommended to improve testing practices first rather than to try to find tools to support poor practices. Automating chaos just gives faster chaos! [Read more…]