If you do not know the full capabilities of HP ALM and how to set proper expectations, how can you be sure your deliverables from your third party resources are what you really need or were promised?
Wilton Manors, FL (PRWEB) April 05, 2013
Warde Associates announced the successful launch of their new service product CÖRR this week. This exciting announcement has enabled Warde Associates to expand beyond a SAP customer base to all customers that use HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) for testing. If a customer is using the HP ALM suite for manual testing or they want to start an automation project, CÖRR was developed to enable customers to realize Enterprise Integration for their organization with QA leading the charge! SAP TAO customers are also allowed to take full advantage of the Warde Associates flagship product ZĀTO gratis during the engagement. Essentially CÖRR expands Warde Associates footprint beyond testing software providing a comprehensive consulting package that has been preconfigured to meet client demands and enable them with tools in HP ALM to ensure governance is in place.
Governance is critical when organizations utilize third party resources to perform the testing activities. “If you do not know the full capabilities of HP ALM and how to set proper expectations, how can you be sure your deliverables from your third party resources are what you really need or were promised?” asks George Burns, VP Business Development at Warde Associates. He further stated, “Do you really want a third party resource that is delivering the testing deliverables to determine what they are and how they are measured?”
CÖRR is a series of consulting packages that implements Cormacology, a methodology for testing, as its central foundation. The CÖRR deliverables have been established as a series of four levels that build upon one another. CÖRR: Level 1 contains services around building the proper foundation for HP ALM. Customers that use HP ALM for just manual testing or have embraced automation will find that CÖRR: Level 1 is critical to their success moving forward with testing activities. CÖRR: Level 2 covers requirements traceability. CÖRR: Level 3 deals with change analysis, and CÖRR: Level 4 is a deep dive into data integrity and the effects on your QA environment.
“With CÖRR, organizations can truly recognize Enterprise Integration,” says company president Cormac Warde. “By providing not only skills and enablement to QA, but preconfigured assets, we allow QA to pierce the silos of isolation that exist when companies try to implement System, Data and Process Integration.” Establishing the Cormacology, customers can move forward rapidly towards true Enterprise Integration even if they are using other third party resources to do the heavy lifting.