Eggplant upgrades test automation suite software

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Eggplant has introduced the latest enhancements to its Digital Automation Intelligence (DAI) suite, which automates the testing process through AI, machine learning, and analytics.

Eggplant’s DAI Suite is said to be the first AI-driven test automation solution. The new capabilities make the analysis process even faster and easier by automating up to 80% of testing activities, including test-case design, test execution, and results analysis. This enables teams to rapidly accelerate analysis and integrate with DevOps at speed.

The addition of web-based low code tooling enables both business testers and technical teams to quickly and easily realize the benefits from the guided and auto-generation of test assets. This significantly accelerates and automates the entire testing lifecycle and will transform time into value for testing projects, from months to days.

Other additions to the DAI suite include improved usability and a new dashboard providing a single snapshot of all testing metrics, including the ROI of automation technology.

“Eggplant has transformed test automation by harnessing the power of AI-driven testing, enabling customers to automate the testing process. Our vision is to allow businesses to truly optimize the digital experience by seamlessly delivering high quality software and applications at speed. The Digital Automation Intelligence suite can now be quickly and easily deployed so that every organization can benefit from intelligent testing today,” explained Antony Edwards, COO Eggplant.

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