A Testing Tool is software used by companies to make the testing process of their product more efficient and effective. The right tool should be able to compare actual outcomes with predicted outcomes when analyzing new product features. When selecting a testing tool, the key is to make sure you have defined your environment properly, which may depend on the context of the environment (functional or automation based) and or the methodology being used. Testing tools can be classified into many sub-categories, including test management, incident management, requirements management, configuration, and test execution.
Here at IT Central Station, we offer a crowdsourced platform that allows real users to share their opinions about tech products with the rest of the enterprise tech community. We have compiled over 42,000 views of the top Testing Tools tools by real users in 2014 and analyzed their trends in the infographic below. All of our data is based on actual behavior of real users researching and comparing vendors on IT Central Station.
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