Carl Andrews
Head of Sales, Original Software
6 Articles Published
What is UAT and how can you do it better?
What is UAT and how can you do it better?
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) verifies if software meets user needs before launch, which is crucial for smooth operations. Howver, some of its challenges include managing updates and processes effectively.
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The secret to reducing outsourced software testing
In-house tools such as Original Software offers faster, cheaper and better software testing solutions, surpassing outsourcing in efficiency, cost-effectiveness and effectiveness.
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Predicting the future of ERP testing
With AI threatening to stick a thumb in every pie it comes across, what kind of effects will it have on testing as a whole? Original Software’s Carl Andrews shares his thoughts on the pipeline for the foreseeable future.
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How to reduce your manual testing by up to 60%
The more you can do to make the manual testing process intuitive and painless for business users, the faster and smoother it will go.
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A CIO’s dodge to IT transformation pitfalls
Let’s play a quick game of word association: what comes to your mind when I say “TSB”? If you’ve been reading the news, chances are your responses might include “expensive,” “disaster” or perhaps “fine” (but not the good kind). But...
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Time to think testing when implementing Infor Cloudsuite
Testing an Infor platform should be the first thing you do before you roll it out. It's important you're prepared for what that takes.