Integrating Test Automation: The Essential How-To Guide

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Automated testing has revolutionised modern software development.

Instead of relying on human intervention, automation testing tools track, manage and execute tests, which are written in line with specific scripts.

Did you know it costs $80 on average to fix defects early in development, compared with $7,600 during production1?

With manual testing vulnerable to human error, automated software testing ensures any issues are found quickly in the software development cycle. Our latest e-guide provides crucial insights into seamlessly incorporating test automation into your business operations.

Test Automation

Testing times? Adopt automation_

Automated testing has transformed the QA process, ensuring it’s no longer a barrier to getting software released. Access our complimentary automated software testing e-guide and you’ll learn:

  • The benefits of test automation
  • How test automation can help you gain a competitive edge
  • The growing markets causing testing growth
  • How to adopt automation testing in your business
  • The 8 essential steps for test automation success
  • How to choose the right testing framework
  • Upcoming trends on the automation testing horizon
  • Next steps for getting started on your software test automation journey
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Customer Success

'Offering a multitude of benefits that enhance the QA process - while unlocking powerful new opportunities to keep your customers happier - if you’re not planning to introduce automated testing tools soon then you’re at risk of falling behind.'

Time management

'Automation increases test coverage, so costly bugs can be identified and remedied quickly. Meanwhile, methods such as parallel testing - running multiple automated test scripts at the same time - dramatically reduce the amount of time needed to execute tests. The result? You can bring new software updates to market faster, shortening release cycles.'



Paweł Kuczmański

Testing Competency Center Manager at Mobica

Paweł has amassed a wealth of practical experience from over a dozen years in the world of testing and test automation. Throughout his career, Paweł has played integral roles across a broad range of projects, fulfilling positions as a manual tester, test analyst, test automation engineer, test lead, and test manager.

With a true understanding of the importance of test automation and cloud technologies, Paweł believes these are essential tools for every quality assurance engineer, streamlining testing processes and optimising software evaluation.

Chris Schoppa

Christopher Schoppa

US Solutions Leader at Mobica

Chris has spent his career at the intersection of hardware and software. From IoT sensor aggregator end points to automotive infotainment solutions, Chris is a technologist who creates the right products to deliver business strategies.

As a development leader, he is keenly aware of how vital a QA plan - hosted on test automation frameworks - is to enabling continuous integration and test-driven development methodologies. This ensures regressions are found quickly, while validating code being developed meets its defined requirements.



“The most common error in software testing is untested or broken code, accounting for over 60% of cases2. From security vulnerabilities to software not operating as expected, all of this impacts a consumer’s perception of a brand and its service.”

- Paweł Kuczmański


“Research has shown 85% of development managers saying it’s becoming harder to deliver innovation faster, without compromising on quality and increasing the risk of bugs in production3. But test automation allows you to do just that - deliver innovation faster.”

- Christopher Schoppa


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 1 Keysight, ‘The Top Seven Test Automation Trends Taking Shape in 2023’, 

 2 99 Firms, ‘Software Testing Statistics’, 

 3 Dog Q Blog, ‘Test Automation Statistics for Making the Right Decisions’,