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“TestRail allowed us to hit the ground running.”
E-commerce has become increasingly important to Argos’ success, but margins are tight and competition stiff. As more and more business has shifted online over the last five years, the technical testing and QA team at Argos needed to evolve their testing approach.
TestRail was a strategic investment for Argos’ QA team, providing a robust tool to ensure high-quality software releases across an incredibly complex system. But what was the ultimate reason TestRail was the right tool for the job? It did all this while giving David and his colleagues more budget flexibility and allowing them to be more agile in their response in the rapidly-changing landscape of their business.
As Eventbrite exponentially grew, using spreadsheets to test became a bottleneck and a liability. Spreadsheets were fast and flexible, but they didn’t scale. They were hard to organize, were difficult to report on, and prone to error.
TestRail has been able to scale with Eventbrite’s test management needs, from high-growth start-up to publicly-traded company and provide a balance between features and usability that makes it easy to use for Eventbrite’s QA & Engineering teams. TestRail also has a flexible, competitive pricing model that works in Eventbrite’s favor.
“You don’t have to beat TestRail by an inch. You would have to beat TestRail by a mile. The pricing model is competitive enough where, to outweigh the cost of making a transition, a tool would have to be significantly cheaper and/or offer additional functionality.”
Outstanding customer satisfaction
Most popular: According to the 2019 DevTestOps Landscape Survey, TestRail is the most popular test management tool in the industry.
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