SAP® Solution Managers integrated Service Desk, Test Workbench, and test automation framework enables SAP customers to handle all aspects of test management more effectively and efficiently. SAP Solution Manager 7.1 adds visualized test reporting based on SAP BW reports.
Our consulting solution Test Management Cockpit extends the scope of standard functions for analyzing and generating reports across all test phases. It can detect functional gaps in the test design phase and identify deviations from the test plan. Plus, transparent incident management makes it easier to monitor software quality and thus contributes significantly to the success of your project.
We are happy to announce that SAP Global IT chooses Test Management Cockpit for professional test reporting and as a basis for QA Dashboards.
Test Management Cockpit works with SAP NetWeaver 7.1, which comes with SAP Solution Manager 7.1. But with NetWeaver 7.3 we deliver a complete new user interface designed with Business Objects Design Studio.
The scope of the reporting includes analyses in the following test phases:
- Test Design
- Test Progress
- Defect Progress
The key figures defined in the Test Management Cockpit help you to improve the software quality, identify bottlenecks in the testing process, and increase the efficiency during a tight time line for designing and performing tests.
With the new user interface, test reporting is really fun. You have all BW functionalities such as filters and drill-down; report parameters can be easily modified and saved for future analyses.
With Test Management Cockpit for SAP Solution Manager, you gain full transparency over your test processes, lower your reporting efforts, and can analyze all key data at the push of a button.
Test Management Cockpit is also part of our Test Management Service (Package M). And by the way – Test Management Cockpit works fine with mobile devices such as tablets.
Feel free to contact me or our reporting mastermind Tobias Fickinger (email@example.com) if you need more information. There is a user manual available in form of an interactive iBook for iPad or PDF (currently German only).