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Perfecto Primary Use Case

Victor Gonzalez Troncoso - PeerSpot reviewer
Tools Engineer at King

We are a gaming company, and we wanted to use Perfecto to run tests for our games against the devices on their private cloud. 

Our use case is for real devices with virtual USB connections. So, we only have been using real Android and iOS devices. We don't use simulators.

The main feature we made a contract with Perfecto for was their DevTunnel (virtual USB connection against real devices) and it has been at the same time the main pain point for us when working with them.

Right now, we are frozen in version 22.6 in our live environment, and we have a staging environment with them that has been broken since June 12.

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Roland Castelino - PeerSpot reviewer
QA Lead at BMO Financial

Our use cases are execution on the cloud for web and mobile. With mobile, it could be different platforms, like iOS, and Android. We have functional execution and API test execution. That is primarily what I use Perfecto for. We have a software product that tests the product on different platforms of web and mobile. In an automated fashion, not just manually testing it but also with automating a lot of these scenarios where we execute them, Perfecto runs the execution for us against these different platforms. 

We have 100-plus members registered with Perfecto who use the product at some point. There are multiple deployments across our departments. For example, at the Bank of Montreal, our everyday banking is one application that folks use to do banking. Then, we have other products like stocks, trading, and other products. There are multiple teams who use Perfecto, even though they fall under different suborganizations within the organization. It is open right now for anybody in the company to use it. At this point, there are 100-plus people using it, at least 30-plus teams who may have used it until now, and at least 18 to 20 teams actively using Perfecto within our organization.

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AndyBrown - PeerSpot reviewer
Systems Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees

Our main use case for Perfecto is for our testers to test their mobile or PC applications.

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RG
Director, QE Automation & Analytics at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees

With Perfecto, we are trying to automate our mobile test cases. These are test cases that run on mobile devices including Android and iOS phones, as well as Android tablets and iPads.

We are a financial institution and we rely on dedicated devices within a private cloud. Due to the sensitivity of our data, it is mandated that we use a private cloud.

I am the director of automation and analytics within our digital portfolio. We use Perfecto for the visualization and reporting of test results, including the relevant numbers.

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Kristina Bogojevska - PeerSpot reviewer
Product Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees

We are mainly using it for automated testing for some devices that we're not able to have physically. We are also using the Perfecto service to do manual testing.

We deploy builds daily, and we have an automated pipeline that goes directly to Perfecto. We do it on a daily basis.

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AG
Project Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees

We have all these devices and we test our mobile applications on them. We also use it for web testing, as a backup, when the other web browser testing tools that we use are down. We have combinations of mobile devices on which we do manual testing and we use it for automation testing as well.

Our organization mostly focuses on the front-end. We're a "digital factory" for all the UX and UI development testing. We design and develop front-end solutions for our bank. The solution is used by testers to test any changes related to mobile. 

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MB
Manager and Platform Lead, Canadian Digital Banking at BMO

We started off integrating Robot Framework, which is an automation tool, with Perfecto and mostly we've been using it for web UI automation.

Recently I've joined in with another team member to use it with a Quantum solution provided through Perfecto, instead of Robot Framework. It's like a Java-based implementation. It's already integrated with Perfecto and our use cases for that are web and API.

And, while I'm not involved with mobile, we have projects that are using it for mobile as well.

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PM
Automation Consultant at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees

We use it to automate regression test cases for the mobile app of our application. We use Android and iOS for execution, in both English and French. We also use the solution to execute tests in different browsers.

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Bharat Malik - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Automation Engineer at RBC

We use Perfecto for our mobile testing; both real devices and virtual devices. We also use it in web online test cases, for testing the UI.

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KC
IT Quality Control at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees

We have a cross-section of mobile devices and web devices, and we use those for browser compatibility and device compatibility testing, as well as functional testing of several apps and websites. So, we have testers that pull up the appropriate device, whether it's an Android or iPhone, and validate that all the functionality of the app or website is working as expected.

It is hosted by Perfecto. They take care of all the hosting.

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FA
Automation Tester at IGM Financial

We have a website as well as a mobile app, Android and iOS. We do a lot of functional, UI-related testing. And we have automated a lot of test cases through Perfecto, and we have even started to automate mobile now.

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Sameer Bakshi - PeerSpot reviewer
Test Specialist at IBM

We need to test a certain bank's application on different devices, mobile and web. We're using Perfecto to set up devices on the cloud, and that way, the whole distributed team can use it and test different devices.

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JR
Prin IT Bus Systems Analyst at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees

We are application developers and we use Perfecto to ensure that our applications are working on a variety of devices. We have a need to support a broad range of mobile devices, which Perfecto is able to assist with.

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