LAS VEGAS, Nov. 15, 2017 — CA WORLD – BOOTH #3005 — Applitools (applitools.com), the leader in Application Visual-AI Management (AVM), today announced improvements in usability, collaboration and analysis in the practice of application visual-AI testing. The new Applitools release strengthens usability and test management capabilities through new dashboards that visualize the execution of batch runs within a release build. Now, with Applitools highly-automated process, test leaders and managers can quickly analyze and identify high-value “visual discrepancies” that can adversely impact the end-user experience.
Applitools' Application Visual-AI Testing (AVT) is a fully automated approach to detecting and resolving visual regressions by imitating the human eye and brain of the end-user, looking at a mobile, web or native application. It provides AI-powered analysis of the visual layer and immediately detects any visual issues on any platform, before those degrade the user experience.
Large enterprises commonly run hundreds and thousands of tests grouped in batches as part of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment pipelines. However, it has been virtually impossible to include the visual look-and-feel as part of the automated testing process. Now, with Applitools, test teams and managers can minimize manual processes and incorporate visual testing into the existing software delivery processes. Through visual artificial intelligence (Visual-AI) technology, it can shorten the testing cycle by up to 80 percent, yielding significant time-savings and elevated productivity. It improves the coverage of visual tests by a factor of five in average – running across different devices, browsers, form-factors, and localization layers. Teams can easily integrate Applitools into CI-CD pipelines to include visual tests for every product release and, as releases become agile, it provides turnkey automation to scale with ease.
“Most companies and enterprises that sign up for Applitools previously had no coverage for visual tests within their automation tests, making them rely on a runbook of manual tests on major releases to catch visual issues,” explained Gil Sever, co-founder and CEO of Applitools. “Our vision is to build the best solution of continuous testing and monitoring of visual interfaces, enabling our customers to ship visually perfect products every time. We're pleased to join the CA Technologies partner community to share new approaches that connect and streamline the release of exceptional software that supports the digital transformation.”
About CA World '17
For nearly two decades, CA World has been the meeting ground where IT leaders build relationships, discover insights and shape the future of IT. In the application economy, CA World offers attendees an opportunity to see and test-drive the software that can help them build their Modern Software Factory to fuel business transformation in this new era. CA World '17 (November 13-17, 2017) will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Applitools is on a mission to help Test Automation engineers, DevOps and Development teams release and monitor flawless mobile, web, and native apps in a fully automated way that enables Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment. Founded in 2013, Applitools uses sophisticated AI-powered image processing technology to ensure that an app appears correctly and functions properly on all mobile devices, browsers, operating systems and screen sizes. Applitools has more than 300 customers from a range of verticals, including Fortune 100 companies in banking, software, online retail, insurance, pharmaceuticals, and more. Applitools is based in San Mateo, California and Tel Aviv, Israel. For more information, please visit: applitools.com.
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