2019-11-18T07:22:00Z
it_user434868 - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Director of Delivery at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
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What is your primary use case for Perfecto?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

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Rodrigo Candido Costa - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Quality and Automation Specialist at PRIME CONTROL
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2022-10-07T21:31:00Z
Oct 7, 2022

We have seven servers in this environment running 4,000 different tests, so the load is distributed across these servers. Perfecto is used in this automated testing environment and helps ensure that the client's operations are running smoothly in production every day. We simulate a real person interacting with the app, to guarantee that it will work in the production environment like they need to work for the final customer.

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FZ
Associate Software Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
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2022-09-18T07:52:00Z
Sep 18, 2022

We use it to test the mobile apps that we develop.

VR
Manager at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
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2022-08-13T00:59:00Z
Aug 13, 2022

We are using it to test the digital application that we are building. It is an insurance application. It is a web application that we test on multiple browsers and mobile devices. It is not a mobile native app. We are an insurance company. As we expand the feature set or offerings that we have for our customers, we have to ensure that we are catering to the gamut of users. More and more people are becoming digital savvy, and they are using multiple devices to access applications online and on the road. So, we need to test our application on all possible devices that people may use. Even though it is not a mobile application, people do use mobiles for accessing web applications.

Sameer Bakshi - PeerSpot reviewer
Test Specialist at IBM
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2022-08-08T11:38:00Z
Aug 8, 2022

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.

AG
Project Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
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2022-08-01T14:54:00Z
Aug 1, 2022

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.

RG
Director, QE Automation & Analytics at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
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2022-07-31T09:45:00Z
Jul 31, 2022

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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Bharat Malik - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Automation Engineer at RBC
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2022-07-30T18:34:00Z
Jul 30, 2022

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.

AndyBrown - PeerSpot reviewer
Systems Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
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2022-06-08T13:55:00Z
Jun 8, 2022

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

KC
IT Quality Control at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
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2021-08-27T20:55:58Z
Aug 27, 2021

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.

JR
Prin IT Bus Systems Analyst at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
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2021-02-10T16:44:41Z
Feb 10, 2021

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.

VG
Regional Head Customer Experience at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
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2020-04-13T06:27:00Z
Apr 13, 2020

We write applications for mobile devices and we use Perfecto Mobile to test them. We set up automated tests, although we perform manual tests in some cases.

AZ
Responsible for Test Management at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
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2019-11-18T07:22:00Z
Nov 18, 2019

We primarily use the solution as a mobile testing tool.

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AZ
Responsible for Test Management at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Nov 18, 2019
I looked at the solution a year ago. I'm not sure what functionalities were lacking or need improvement, but I do find it to be a good tool. It would be ideal if there was a complete integration with other test management tools and other applications like HPLM, Micro Focus, or Microsoft Azure.
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We have had challenges while using this product. The main problem has to do with OTP. OTP comes on the SIM but there is no SIM card in the cloud, so it makes it a big challenge for us. It is available in development but because we don't have the OTP API exposed, we don't have it in production. We have had some issues with performance, which is something that should be improved. The price of Perfecto Mobile should be lowered.
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