Importance of CTRM Functional Testing During Cloud Migration
That said, the cloud migration process requires planning, forethought, and significant regression testing to ensure continued seamless operations.
Comprehensive CTRM Functional Testing
Migrating traditionally on-premise applications like CTRMs is a major step to a modern technical architecture. We affirm this decision by performing a multi-faceted testing process for a successful migration. In our practice, we use the following testing phases:
Functional testing is done for quality evaluation of applications during and after conversion, to uncover defects, and to assess the production readiness of migrated applications. Functional testing helps to reduce the attendant risks after going live.
Multiple Dimensions of Functional Testing for CTRM Cloud Migrations
Specific to a cloud implementation, the focus of functional testing includes several additional facets for consideration beyond the scope of typical extension/upgrade testing. These include the following:
Value Creed’s Cloud Testing Value
Value Creed’s CTRM Functional experts follow a well-integrated process by documenting end-to-end business test case scenarios. These business scenarios are designed to not only focus on the current migration but also keep future business requirements in mind, planning for the future growth of the business.
We utilize best-in-class automated and manual test administration and reporting tools such as QMetry and Test Complete to ensure full visibility of test cases, bug identification and remediation, and reporting across your organization.
Value Creed’s CTRM experts have decades’ worth of successful go lives, with 100 percent test pass rates. We assist in all areas of testing:
Functional Testing Results
Providing manual testing results
Professional Bug Tracking & Fix
Bug tracking and resolution
Documenting contract-to-cash scenarios according to business requirements
Writing Automated Testing Scripts
Creating and uploading test scripts to Qmetry
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