Avaap to Present Webinar on Easing Infor Lawson Regression Testing

Business users have come to rely on various technologies to get work done. However, as updates and system changes occur, organizations need to participate in regression testing to ensure software continues to perform optimally and delivers expected capabilities. While regression testing is necessary to ensure system quality, manual repetitive testing tasks place added responsibility on scarce resources, shifting focus from mission-critical activities, and results in a less effective and less efficient testing process.

Automating regression testing can not only alleviate the strain on business users and IT resources, but reduce costs, improve the testing process, and provide opportunity for better analysis of Infor Lawson functionality and how to get greater value from your organization’s ERP investment.

Join us February 13 at 2 p.m. ET for a complimentary webinar that will address the top challenges and opportunities in Infor Lawson system regression testing, including:

  • The burden of manual testing on internal resources
  • Script creation and automating the testing process
  • Standardizing and documenting business processes
  • Easing collaboration between multiple departments and business users
  • Visibility into test results for strategic analysis

Still manually testing Infor Lawson? Register today and learn how an automated process can bridge the gap between necessary software testing and efficient use of internal resources, ensuring your organization experiences an effective and accurate testing process that frees business users to focus on more value-added activity.

Missed the webinar? Access the replay.

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Business users have come to rely on various technologies to get work done. However, as updates and system changes occur, organizations need to participate in regression testing to ensure software continues to perform optimally and delivers expected capabilities. While regression testing is necessary to ensure system quality, manual repetitive testing tasks place added responsibility on scarce resources, shifting focus from mission-critical activities, and results in a less effective and less efficient testing process.

Automating regression testing can not only alleviate the strain on business users and IT resources, but reduce costs, improve the testing process, and provide opportunity for better analysis of Infor Lawson functionality and how to get greater value from your organization’s ERP investment.

Join us February 13 at 2 p.m. ET for a complimentary webinar that will address the top challenges and opportunities in Infor Lawson system regression testing, including:

  • The burden of manual testing on internal resources
  • Script creation and automating the testing process
  • Standardizing and documenting business processes
  • Easing collaboration between multiple departments and business users
  • Visibility into test results for strategic analysis

Still manually testing Infor Lawson? Register today and learn how an automated process can bridge the gap between necessary software testing and efficient use of internal resources, ensuring your organization experiences an effective and accurate testing process that frees business users to focus on more value-added activity.

Missed the webinar? Access the replay.