Overall Satisfaction with TestComplete
In a small team like ours, TestComplete replaces the work of several people. We have created several thousand test scenarios in the human-readable Gherkin language. Every night, our build server automatically releases a new version of our desktop application, and then automated tests are run automatically. From the reports that TestComplete generates, we have a constant overview of the proper functioning of the entire program. If it happens that a certain part of our application stops working properly due to the development changes, we know about it the next morning at the latest.
- Easy to learn and easy to use.
- Compatible with various programming languages.
- The test procedure can be easily recorded as a keyword test and then easily converted into a script in the selected programming language.
- With Gherkin language support, the users can create their own robust test language that can significantly speed up the creation of new automated tests.
- Recognition of tested objects (we are using Delphi and DevExpress controls).
- The price of the end user license increases every year.
- TestComplete routinely performs several thousand tests every day, creating a comprehensive and understandable report of test results. It thus replaces the work of several software testers.
- If a new bug is found in the tested application, we know it immediately and we can fix it immediately. This happens at a time when the development team knows exactly what changes have been made, and finding and fixing the bug is quick. It would take much longer to find and fix the same bug after a few months. And it would be much more expensive.
- The test scenarios are written in common spoken English, so even if we decide to leave TestComplete sometime in the future, the test scenarios will remain available to us for next use.
Do you think TestComplete delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with TestComplete's feature set?
Did TestComplete live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of TestComplete go as expected?
Would you buy TestComplete again?