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2019-02-20T11:50:00Z
Julia Frohwein - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Director of Delivery at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What advice do you have for others considering LambdaTest?

If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering LambdaTest, what would you say?

How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?

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Dina Dzousa - PeerSpot reviewer
QA Automation Analyst at EY
Real User
Top 5
2021-02-10T12:01:00Z
10 February 21

Overall, this is a good product. My advice is to talk to the support team before you buy.

Shobha Ponnappa - PeerSpot reviewer
Founder & CEO at Solohacks-Academy.com
Real User
2019-11-18T12:03:00Z
18 November 19

I could not find any cons for me as I was only looking for responsiveness testing, although a detailed look at LambdaTest may help me find some negatives.

Tim  Johnson - PeerSpot reviewer
Operations Manager at PLACE UK Ltd
Real User
2019-02-20T11:50:00Z
20 February 19

Yes, they are doing a great job.

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Some tips in conducting PoC. 1. Create a decision matrix. Try Pugh Selection matrix. Here, we identify specific criteria in selecting our tool (Ex. support for a specific technology, market acceptance of the tool, skills needed to setup and maintain the tool, etc). Then rate the tools for each criterium. We will then consider the tools with the highest points, and remove the tool with the lowest points from our selection list. 2. Compare tools using Strategic Positioning Matrix. This is a good way in having a general comparison of the different tools. In this matrix, we identify just two variables(ex. Price and Ease of Use). We use these variables as the X and Y axis. We then plot the tools according to our rating. Using this, we will get an idea of the strength and weaknesses of the tools. For example, we will see that high priced tools are easier to use while cheaper tools are harder to use. Though for Selenium, it's easy to use and free. Reference: https://goo.gl/d3Krz2. We can use as many matrices as we like, but each matrix will only need two variables at a time. *When I do the PoC, I present both the Decision Matrix and the Strategic Positioning Matrix to the client, and will get their concurrence and approval in selecting the tool. After the presentation, I get to know which specific tool is desired. 3. Finally, once we know what we need, we can try out 1-2 tools, or more, depending on the deadline and our available resources. We will use the free trial version offered by most tools which last for only a month. If the performance proved satisfactory, then we proceed with acquisition and full implementation of pilot runs.
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Hi Rhea Rapps, As per Miguel Jerone Ormita tips are very useful. This is a very effective way Make a Decision/Feature matrix(Tools features,support cost, Tool Ease of use as a initial evaluation). what i was observed is there are good tools which can not pay for adds in google(Example: Simplify QA tools which is a script less and very easy to use -www.simplify3x.com https://www.linkedin.com/company/simplify3x-software-private-limited). I will recommend request for demo from each vendor to validate the features instead of going to read all the documentation. Conduct Trail effectively tips 1) Under stand the Needs of your organisation( Only need automation tool or Defect management tool included etc) 2)run the trail versions and check the compatibility of your system under test application. What mistakes should be avoided for POC? 1) Identification of the Test case for POC( Pick the complex end to end test should be considered as you came to know the tool efficiency and will be useful for your project deliverable's within out slipping the time ). 2) Team understanding on the tool confirmation. Thanks
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