August - 2014 - Special issue > 20 Most Promising QA Testing Companies 2014

LMS Solutions: Leveraging Customizable Framework to Reduce Automation Cost

Susila Govindaraj
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Susila Govindaraj

The ever-rising competition is forcing organizations into an era where QA is not squeezed as an afterthought anymore but a 'Do or Die' option if they want to retain their brands in market. But, for automation testing requirement in biggest companies, QTP (Quick Test Professional) costs around more than $10000. Reducing the automation cost with an exclusive one-stop-shop encompassing a combo of cost-effective yet high-quality open source products for healthcare & virtual environment industry is LMS, an IT services company. The Indore headquartered company's own accelerators, deep domain knowledge, highly customizable framework, huge set of master test cases across various platforms and device sets enables them to work in full throttle; thereby reducing overall project cost.

Amidst other organizations who confine within web solutions like usability and functional testing, the inventive minds of LMS goes an extra mile with an end-to-end solution that covers complete SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) including code testing; regardless of client's process. When it comes to Mobile testing, LMS supports more than 500 devices. "We understand the unique testing needs of emerging mobile apps. So we leverage our deep app development and release cycle expertise to provide highly mature testing services for mobility solutions with 360° coverage," says Amit Jain, Co-Founder & CEO, LMS Solutions.

With their localization testing service, LMS not only supports Indian languages but also foreign languages like Chinese since the company's clientele is spread across the world including Asia, U.S., UK, Australia, New Zeeland, Italy and Gulf countries among others. The company's innovative framework along with the open source enables their clients to test their products in automation efficiently, since LMS is keen on aligning their test strategy with business objectives of the software being tested. LMS minimizes the gap between business analysts to test engineers by directly using Cucumber - Behaviuor Driven development and Selenium - a software testing Tool - from the test cases written by LMS' business analysts in Cucumber.

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