This SIG is being hosted and sponsored by Borland a Micro Focus company. It is taking place at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London.
SAP will present Change Impact Analysis – Business Process Change Analyser (BPCA) in SAP Solution Manager:
• BPCA set up – technical bill of material creation and maintenance
• BPCA use cases
• BPCA analysis results and test scope refinement
• Test Plan generation in SAP Solution Manager
Bina Parmar from SAP UKI Testing will present Transform Manual Testing with HP Sprinter. From this session you will gain an insight into HP Sprinter, a rich and powerful tool that can dramatically increase ROI by simplifying and accelerating manual testing. Learn about the benefits of using HP Sprinter in comparison to ‘native’ manual testing approaches. You will see how HP Sprinter improves collaboration between QA and development with improved defect communication, how it reduces the need to perform repetitive steps and minimise testing effort to run the same test on multiple configurations. If you are interested in gaining an insight into a new generation of test methodology, then this session is not to be missed.
Udo Apel from Borland will be delivering the session: Complete Test Automation of SAP Lifecycle Quality: Blueprint, Requirements, Performance, Regression
SAP® applications deliver substantial value to enterprises worldwide and the business-critical nature of SAP deployments puts quality concerns firmly on the CIO’s agenda.
Testing is seen as a major cost in deploying an SAP application, as applications become more complex moving forward in their lifecycle. About 25 % of the applications change within just 1 year. The ongoing modifications, customizations and rollout of service packs creates high risk.
What is needed is a highly automated process covering all aspects from blueprint changes – reflecting changes in requirements – testing and managing incidents, and one which incorporates reports and dashboards to provide visibility of the overall processes.
SAP customers continue to seek solutions which address their key challenges and need to:
- Business Side
– Manage the lifecycle quality from business (inside SolMan)
– Test all critical functions
– Pass over blueprint and requirements to be tested before go live!
– Test coverage (BI) and success
- Quality Assurance
– Manage out of “Test Management Tool
– Understand what “must be tested
– Understand what changed
Lifecycle Quality Management (LQM) takes advantage of the proven experience by Borland in the delivery of high-quality software applications. LQM for SAP Solutions allows enterprises to minimize the risks and realize the benefit of successfully deploying a powerful business application such as R/3 and mySAP. LQM for SAP Solutions helps customers optimize the availability, accuracy, performance and scalability of their SAP applications, infusing quality and efficiency throughout the SAP application lifecycle and in doing so ensures:
- Dramatically reduces cost of quality
- Provides predictable TCO
- Insight into changes
- Provides a seamless SAP working solution
- Implementation and process adoption of solution is 1/5th of an HP solution
- Upgrade options to address SolMan 7.1
Hear how a German bank addressed the challenge of assuring the highest quality of their business critical SAP applications whilst also being compliant and managed all their fast changing business requirements (large amount of SAP service packs).
“After a comprehensive investigation of tools Borland Silk for SAP clearly matched our requirements for ease of use, functionality and a seamless integration into SolMan 7.1. QA Manager, German Bank
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