Polarion QA allows you to build and maintain traceability from requirements through test verification to code, while leveraging your Test Plans, Test Cases and Test Runs for maximum reuse, collaboration, and reporting.
The use of Polarion QA provides a powerful unified platform to coordinate all your all testing activities. Customers appreciate the central repository for Test Cases and other work items other resources, providing visibility across projects, easier customization, ready to use templates, and workflow to aid structure testing.
Polarion Software prides ourselves on listening to customer feedback, as we’re always looking to make improvements to better suit your needs. Based on user input, several different changes have been made to Polarion QA which we hope you enjoy.
Choosing Polarion QA offers several key benefits to immediately help your organization: Pre-designed templates to get you up and running with minimal configuration, key integrations for testers, and fully integrated Requirements Management.
As highlighted in this recent Polarion Software post, Test Parameters can now be inserted into Test Steps enabling the same Test Case to be executed multiple times with infinite variations in the test procedure.
Parameterized testing is one of the new features of Polarion QA, and is a manual testing feature so test case authors are able to write up test cases in a generic way – so testers can execute them with different variations.
Test Parameters must be defined in Test Cases and/or defined in Test Runs and Templates. Test Parameters can be saved to a library for later reuse. To learn more about parameterized testing, here is an informative YouTube video:
Utilizing Polarion QA, a subset of Polarion’s ALM’s capabilities, offers your organization the opportunity to better verify and validate products before launch - a huge benefit for Polarion customers seeking compliance with standards and regulatory mandates. We’re more than happy to discuss how Polarion QA can benefit your organization.
To learn more about Polarion QA, please sign up for the upcoming webinar: