QA and Testing

Reducing ETL Test Cycle Time for Global Financial services Company

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Bitwise helped a global transaction processing company significantly reduce the time spent acquiring, validating, organizing, and protecting test data. QualiDI’s balanced approach helps testing teams save valuable time and ensure quality. Its ability to interface with leading Defect Management tools in the market as well as automating all aspects of Data Management enables QualiDI to lead the market in offering a dynamic and complete toolset.

The Client

This one of the world’s largest electronic transaction processing company aims at delivering state-of-the-art solutions driven by customer needs globally.

Client Challenges and Requirements

The client had no automated test procedure available within their Business Intelligence (BI) environment that resulted in:

  • Higher test cycle times
  • Test coverage not reaching 100%
  • Tedious maintenance of traceability

Specific needs included enable quick response to test analytical hypothesis, control data sprawl, secure sensitive information and the company’s intellectual property, create verifiable copy, and protect the operational systems. Additionally, Bitwise was challenged to find a mechanism to build an analytics platform that provides metrics per current market trends.

Bitwise Solution

QualiDI, the BI Test automation service provided by Bitwise addressed all these challenges. It improved the testing effectiveness, and achieved the required quality with reduced cycle times based on the features provided by this accelerator:

Automated test creation & execution

Centralized repository for mapping documents

Reusability of test cases

Logical test data generation

100% data comparison over manual data sampling

Key Results

Reduced cycle time by about 30% for each release

Up to 50% effort reduction per regression test cycle

Up to 35% reduction in post-delivery defects

100% test case scenario coverage

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