Top 8 Test Management
TFSMicro Focus ALM Quality CenterVisual Studio Test ProfessionalTricentis qTest Zephyr EnterpriseTestRail by GurockEggplant ManagerBroadcom Agile Requirements Designer
It's user friendly. We haven't had any issues so far. It's flexible. If we need something, we can always contact the owner in our headquarters to make a configuration.
ALM Quality Center's best features are the test lab, requirement tab, and report dashboard.
ALM Quality Center is a reliable, consolidated product.
It's great for the development of .NET.
Customization is the most powerful feature of this product.
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.
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.
Good text reading ability.
We did see a massive return on investment from using Eggplant.
The support that we get from Broadcom is great.
CA ARD has some beautiful features which I haven't found anywhere else. For example, when designing or creating our test cases and doing scenarios, we are able to restrict our flows. If we take a data link between two processes, we can actually restrict it, so that, in production, if our functionality breaks down, we can restrict that and all the flows related to it will be removed from the test data set.