sponsored by IBM
Posted:  03 Dec 2013
Published:  03 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Typically in Agile development, team members work together to test and ensure high quality, but teams often face challenges when it comes to integration testing. Agile teams want to increase application time to market while also saving on test costs -- which isn't always feasible with traditional testing methods.

In this e-guide, get an inside look at an integration testing case study with the Royal Bank of Scotland. Find out how RBS managed to consolidate four messaging hubs and improved software quality with a new virtual test strategy.

Discover the tools RBS leveraged to achieve their goals, and learn how they saved £40,000 in project costs.






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