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Continuous Testing News: TestProject Joins the ACT Framework’s Partner Network

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TestProject is excited to announce a strategic partnership with the ACT Framework, the industry’s leading framework for continuous testing. By joining this impressive roster of partners, we are committed to incorporate the ACT Framework’s product-agnostic best practices into our market leading free test automation platform. Now, users of TestProject can use the ACT framework to outline their journey from creating their first test all the way through continuous testing maturity.

We anticipate that our community will want to learn more about this exciting partnership, so we have provided answers to the most common questions we expect below.

What is the ACT Framework?

New trends towards Agile, DevOps, and CI/CD require a new design for today’s testing practices—a design built on a solid foundation that defines the vision, mindset, and core values. This design will require a transformation at all levels of the enterprise. There is a need for a framework that acts as the blueprint to scale continuous testing for the enterprise. This is the purpose of the ACT Framework. The ACT Framework describes the roles, processes, capabilities, and tools you will need to transform your testing practices.

How can I learn more about the ACT Framework?

The best resource to learn about the ACT Framework is the whitepaper available for free download from their website. For those who desire more in depth or hands on information, you can contact the ACT Framework team to explore expert services partners who can do more in-depth assessment, implementation, or customization.

Will this result in any change to TestProject?

Yes – but only ones we can imagine will be a great value to users. TestProject will now be abreast of all new developments to the ACT Framework and will be able to better support the latest trends in continuous testing with the new features delivered.

Do I have to use the ACT Framework to benefit from TestProject?

No – we will always support various approaches to testing within TestProject, to fit the needs of teams doing waterfall, agile, devops, or any other popular framework. Since continuous testing is one of the most popular approaches in the market, we only see benefit from being partners with the leading framework for that approach. But, the decision whether to use it is up to you! 😉

You didn’t answer my question, who can I talk to?

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the TestProject team. We’d be happy to share our insights and gather your feedback on this exciting partnership as well.

Kevin Dunne

About the author

Kevin Dunne

Kevin Dunne is the General Manager of TestProject, ensuring Tricentis’ commitment to innovation and delivering tools to create better software. With a deep interest in the emerging trends in software development and testing, Kevin is dedicated to collaborating with thought leaders in this space.

Kevin comes to Tricentis from Deloitte, where he managed testing on large government and Fortune 500 engagements delivering ERP implementations and custom software development. As one of the first employees at Tricentis, Kevin has seen many facets of the business working in sales, customer support, marketing, and product management.

Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Vanderbilt University.

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