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Automated E2E Regression Testing

Do increased testing efforts pose growing challenges for your e-commerce team? Regression testing is taking longer and longer? Too many functionalities need to be tested, and on top of that the time-to-market needs to become shorter? The solution to these problems is called testing automation – preferably by valantic.

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Why do automated E2E regression tests?

Automated regression tests are designed to ensure the stability and functionality of features. That means: We perform these tests to ensure as far as possible that existing key features don’t get negatively influenced or damaged by new features. Sounds important? It is – and a topic that we at valantic devote ourselves to with full commitment every day.

What are the potential risks if no automatic E2E regression tests are performed?

  • Key features can be damaged if the software is modified.
  • Compatibility problems with existing features or plugins can remain undetected.
  • Product quality continuously decreases because key features are not tested regularly.
  • New features lead to the possibility that existing main functionalities can suddenly become faulty.
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Test design, test execution, reporting – fully automated, by valantic

In the area of test automation, we test your store using automated test cases – from individual test cases to specific APIs to complete user journeys. Our many years of experience with automated test procedures ensure that tests are designed, executed and evaluated quickly and efficiently. What’s more, we operate on the basis of an approach in which test design, test execution and reporting form a kind of continuous cycle.

By the way: We will find out which strategy is the right one for you as part of our consulting services.

What are the advantages of automated E2E regression testing?

sustainably increased software quality and, as a consequence, lower troubleshooting and debugging costs, as well as a lower risk of other additional costs

reduced manual testing efforts, which lowers costs in the long run

fewer disturbed key features in the productive system

significantly increased test speed

faster feedback to developers about so-called broken features

high security for software updates

Our success story showcase what this type of testing can look like in practice.

Our success stories showcase what this type of testing can look like in practice:

Quality Assurance? Absolutely!

Just give us a call!

Reto Rutz - Lead Consultant

“Grüezi” from St. Gallen

+41 71 313 55 70

Reto Rutz

Dr. Matthias Blauth - Lead Consultant

“Guten Tag” from Munich

+49 2173 849 889 12

Matthias Blauth

Dietmar Rietsch

"Servus" from Salzburg

+43 662 876 606 199

Dietmar Rietsch