Datavard Validate

For automated testing in SAP BW landscapes

Testing – a must for avoiding disasters and keeping users happy

Testing is an extremely important but often downplayed part of software development. Comprehensive testing ensures top quality releases and satisfied end-users. It also helps to avoid costly bugs, unplanned downtimes or production disasters. But in a recent industry survey, 83% of respondents said they lack resources for testing. They also complained that it’s complex and time-consuming and often delays a project’s go-live. The solution? Automated testing.

Automation – the ultimate debugger

Deliver defect-free releases to your users by automating testing. Test automation speeds up testing, covers more test cases than your testers could do manually and reduces human error. Automated testing ensures smooth and secure implementation of new software that meets users’ requirements. So, you can find and fix all bugs before the go-live date.

Tool for automated testing that thinks and acts like your user

Datavard Validate is an automated testing tool that acts like a human user. But better. It speeds up testing while improving test accuracy, by working the way your user does. It checks data that is most often used and generates test scenarios tailored to those data sets. The upshot – it thinks and acts like your user, but error-free. And it’s a proven solution for regular releases as well as migrations to SAP HANA.

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We recommend it for:

  • Comprehensive regression testing
  • Data transformation tests (e.g. with an M&A, internal reorganization or any other business transformation scenario
  • Performance tests
  • System stress tests
  • Migrations to SAP HANA

Improves test accuracy

Saves on manual effort and costs

Covers the full system

Runs fast, repetitive test scenarios

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

“Without Datavard’s developed tools for test automation, implementation within the set time frame would have been impossible. We also would not have been able to discover our own system errors, which would then have been copied into the production system.”

Steffen Herold

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