On September 7th 2016, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) confirmed it would spin off it is ‘non-core’ software assets. The news has left users of HPE’s Unified Function Testing (UFT, formerly QTP) feeling understandably nervous. If your enterprise deploys UFT for functional and regression testing and you’re concerned how that investment will be affected in future, then we’ve got some good news and some bad news for you.
The bad news is that you are right to be worried. UFT is one just one asset of many whose future looks distinctly undecided. What’s been called HPE’s ‘spin-merge’ with Micro Focus stops far short of assuring future investment and support for UFT.
The good news is that Apexon can help. UFT customers can migrate to a new test and QA infrastructure that leverages the latest technologies and open source tools to accelerate your mobility initiatives, boost automation and bring down running costs.
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At Apexon we have years of experience in end-to-end testing, QA and automation. We bring proven, enterprise-class methodologies, tools and infrastructure to all our testing initiatives. We deliver our solutions around the globe in more than 25 languages, based on more than 12 years of mobility experience. We cover the full spectrum of mobile testing needs and once you’re an Apexon customer, our entire global testing infrastructure is at your disposal. That includes 800+ mobility experts, two 300k sq foot test centers, two virtual labs with 3000+ actual devices and access to pre-market devices. It’s no wonder we have more than 300 happy customers and have tested more than a quarter of a million apps.
To ensure the future of your testing and QA practice, Apexon can help you evaluate your options for migrating your scripts from UFT to a new platform. Our experts will meet with you at no charge to establish your specific needs and suggest how to move forward with a planned, pain-free migration. For more information, complete this brief form and begin the hassle-free journey to enterprise-class, scalable, automated test and QA.