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Test Management Databases...what's good/bad out there?
OK, I am new to this forum. But, I have many years of experience in SQA. I have used HP Quality Center and QAComplete from SmartBear. I just started with a new company and they have a 100% manual (no test management systems) testing system. I am tasked with getting a total SQA system in place. We have thousands of test requirements and cases in a variety of documents and spreadsheets. Our applications are mostly web-based which link to mobile devices in some cases. I am looking at several tools on the market and have narrowed my search down to the following. Note that once I have a Test Management Database in place I plan to move into Automated Testing so linking and control of these tests will be critical as well.
Comments on the following?
Thanks for any productive feedback and well wishes! I'm going to need it!
SpiraTest is a great alternative to Quality Centre. The product is Cost effective, easy to use, and seems to have most the functionality you need in a test management tool. (store and map requirements to scripts)
I've just started as a QA lead and I am definitely going to push for this software.