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UiPath has given its Test Suite of RPA and omnichannel testing functionality a number of migration updates. These updates allow users to further improve and, most importantly, automate their (software) testing processes.

With the technology available in the UiPath Test Suite for testing RPA and omnichannel solutions and applications, users can accelerate and scale up their software development process. This by constantly running tests, promoting internal collaboration while implementing a consistent approach to automation development and deployment. This also brings software testing to the overarching UiPath Business Automation Platform.

New technology

With the new technology now announced, UiPath says users will have the opportunity to further modernize, consolidate and further automate testing processes. This should lead to faster results and lower costs at the bottom line.

Specifically, the UiPath Test Suite now includes a “migration accelerator service. This tool allows companies to migrate their existing testing and automation processes from commonly used legacy solutions to this platform. This makes it possible to further standardize software testing on the UiPath Business Automation Platform.

Large companies can use this tool for migration paths from their existing application lifecycle management (ALM) solutions to the UiPath platform.

Integration with ALM tooling

In addition, the new Test Manager Hub functionality ensures that so-called UiPath Test Manager connectors for ALM and testing tools simplify management for these tooling. The functionality should also provide tighter collaboration within the development team and enable the development of new solutions and applications for testing various automation solutions.

UiPath indicates here that, in collaboration with Planview, the UiPath Test Suite now has over 40 integrations with well-known ALM tools. Ultimately, this should lead to users being able to apply high-quality test process automation to modern and existing applications.

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