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Brought to you by the Vivit Testing, Quality and Application Lifecycle Management (TQA) Special Interest Group.
In today’s testing arena, we know that test
environments and test data are usually the 2 most common denominators to blame
for project delays. In case of defects, over 50% are usually data related.
Please join Accenture and Grid Tools in a webinar
discussion which will cover how to implement a proper test data management
framework which would help your testing organization not only reduce defects,
but also fast track the "time to market”.
Although QA engineers would benefit most out of this
webinar, anyone within the SDLC working usually on development projects are
welcome to attend.
- What is Test Data Management (TDM)?
- Why you should employ TDM?
- How does TDM work in conjunction with HP ALM?
Price is Managing Director of the industry leading Test Data Management
- During his 30 year career in the software industry he has
developed and launched many innovative problem solving tools, which have
transformed the testing model used in the software industry.
has provided high-level architecture design support to multinational banks,
major utility vendors, and healthcare providers.
- A strong believer in
balancing pragmatism with a visionary approach, he has been able to rapidly
bring new products to market while maintaining strong quality control.
has also written many white papers and publications on techniques and best
practices of test data management, some of which have featured in magazines
such as the European Software Tester, Professional Tester, Test Magazine, and
has introduced a strong data-centric approach to testing, launching new
concepts such as using data objects, data inheritance, requirements based
testing techniques, and implementing a central test data warehouse.