Top 8 Test Management Tools
Micro Focus ALM Quality CenterTFSVisual Studio Test ProfessionalTricentis qTestZephyr EnterpriseEggplant ManagerTestRail by GurockInflectra SpiraTest
We are able to use Micro Focus ALM Quality Center for test management, defect management, test process, test governance activities, and requirement management. We are able to achieve all of this, the solution is very useful.
User alerts are very helpful for knowing when work is required.
The most valuable feature of TFS is integration.
What I like most about Visual Studio Test Professional is the way people publish templates and publish integration.
Visual Studio is highly powerful. It's probably the best software development tool on the market.
What I like about the solution is that it can connect with Tosca and run automation
Works well for test management and is a good testing repository.
It has 90% of the basic features you need without having to pay a lot of extra money.
It has many features, but the main things that we need are the test cycles and integration with automation because we have automation for the web and mobile applications. We use it for test case management to run the test cases and get the results. At this moment, it is fulfilling our requirements. We are able to get the test execution report and the test pass and fail report. This summary is delivered to our management.
Good text reading ability.
We did see a massive return on investment from using Eggplant.
The most valuable features of TestRail by Gurock are the user experience, it's very easy to learn. There is no learning curve needed to work on projects and manage the test cases, it is easy. Exporting and importing are simple.
Inflectra SpiraTest has a lot of functionality, which is good.
The reporting functionality helps vendors and technical resources identify bugs and issues that need to be addressed. The simple dashboard-style home page makes training end-user testers simple and straightforward. The actual testing UI is VERY straightforward and very intuitive for the end-users that test the system since very often we pull from business and operational users to help test new systems.