Advantix IT can help your business develop the most comprehensive reports for the HP ALM, also known as the HP Quality center, which is a testing management software. The default capabilities of HP Quality Center are insufficient to effectively track metrics like team activities, progress patterns or the development of strategies. Advantix IT reporting solutions help smooth out all operations related to software development and software testing.
Advantix IT comprehensive reports are designed to pinpoint the most commonly faced issues at the development stage itself, so that those problems do not affect the operation of the program at a later time. Advantix IT reports go a great way in increasing the overall productivity of your staff as well as measure the real – time progress of all your projects and help in easy understanding of the results of a test’s execution.
Businesses can take the assistance of the Application Lifecycle Management tools brought to them by Advantix IT like:
- High speed comprehensive reporting services, complete with dashboard
- Evaluating performance of outsourcing vendors
- Extrapolate and track software release popularity and progress
- Increase quality assurance team’s productivity
- Facts to support decision making regarding software release
- Identification and eradication of any performance bottlenecks or quality issues
- Integration with the industry standard tools for Quality Assurance
- Automatic report generation
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Advantix IT Reporting Service Report Examples
Test Run Progress Report: A one stop solution for test suite execution supervision, this report consists of counts of the tests which have already been executed along with all the various supporting info –graphics. The data can then be exported in multiple popular formats to help business managers easily include them in status reports.
Team Progress Report: To take a broader view of the product quality in real time, especially during a regression cycle. By putting prototype execution and bug testing together, these reports can help develop a detailed understanding of the actual quality of the offered product, along with other factors like risk of release and individual member contributions.
Project Cycles Report: This report shows the end results of all the various tests and cycles, containing detailed information regarding the total number of tests, as well as the individual results of each test, along with a summary containing the relevant percentages of successful and unsuccessful tests. This report can help in greatly simplifying the process of test result comparison.
Cycle Status Report: This report contains an expansive listing of all the tests being run during a particular cycle. It is an extension of the project cycles report, including an exhaustive summary of all the test results as well. This is a great way to monitor test progress in real-time.
Test Result History Report: This report contains a detailed list of all the various tests which were executed within a particular time frame. This report also contains a summary of all the results of the tests which were carried out. These reports help in the identification and analysis of tests which have delivered the required results so that those tests may be replicated for confirmation. This report also contains all the results of the failed tests to help determine potential factors for failure. This can help in prioritising the tests which need to be conducted.
Failed Tests Report: This report contains the summary of the results of all those tests which failed the set criteria a minimum of one time. This report contains a summary of all the tests which failed at some point in the test cycle, complete with details like the most recent failure and the common number of active defects.
Test Plan Execution Status Report: This report contains a multi – layered summary of the test plan which checks the status of the execution of the test. It contained not only an overall picture of the results of all the conducted tests, but also a comprehensive insight regarding individual test results.
Test Steps Report: This report contains a listing of all the tests along with the individual steps executed in each test.
Test Coverage Gap: This report highlights tests which have not yet been assigned to any set, eliminating the scope for any oversight.
Defects Triage Report: This is a detailed report about all the currently detected defects in the form of bugs, glitches or other problems. Preparing them in a relatively concise fashion, this report goes a long way in making sure that time can be greatly saved in reviewing the results of these tests at a later meeting.
Defect Assignee Report: This report helps in streamlining QA review meetings by making an easily understandable account of which employee is handling which tests and what defects have occurred along with potential areas of concern.
Not Verified Defects Report: This report contains an exhaustive list of all those defects which have been resolved, but their resolution is still pending confirmation. A great way to keep a tab on the defect verification process.
Requirement Priority Report: This report can help in the designing of a specific hierarchy of priorities and how they should be distributed. Each level of the hierarchy is replete with its own related summaries and associated information and can also contain all the various requirements vis-à-vis the completion of the project.
Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) Report: This report helps in identifying the exact correlation between the conducted tests and the requirements, this can also contribute to the prioritization of the requirements as well.
Requirement Status Report: This report consists of the status of all the various pending requirements and contains the information which allows for efficient tracking of these requirements as well.