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QASymphony has updated its test management platform for Agile development. The qTest test management platform has been enriched with "extensive integration capabilities" through the formal release of its APIs and support for test automation tools including Selenium and testNG.

QASymphony is now selling qTest as qTest Project, Pro, and as an Enterprise edition option. While qTest Project is geared for small teams of less than 10 users working on single projects, qTest Pro is for small to mid-size teams looking to upscale and improve test management. qTest Enterprise, as the name implies, is designed to support many users on multiple projects and integrate with other enterprise-level apps.

"We've learned a few things from listening to our 8,000+ users, and the one clear message that stands out is that testers in various size teams want a testing tool tailor-made to fit the way they work. The 'one-size fits all' approach doesn't work," says Vu Lam, QASymphony cofounder.

The qTest platform provides a collaborative work environment for teams to manage requirements, design test cases, plan test execution, track defects, and generate status and quality-metrics reports.

"With support for both scripted and exploratory testing, qTest is the only platform that lets you add innovative exploratory to manual and automated test management, creating a consolidated solution that accelerates the testing process to keep pace with today's rapid agile software development," said Lam.


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