Quality Center ALM Doesn't Cut It
It’s time to ditch Quality Center ALM. Download the “No More Excuses” free guide to find out what you’re missing and why you should consider qTest.
Software development is changing and Quality Center can’t keep up. In today’s Agile world, Quality Center is slowing testing teams down. Quality Center ALM, like most legacy testing software, has major flaws. To name a few, it’s expensive, cumbersome to manage and does not fit with today’s Agile development processes. It’s time to ditch Quality Center and switch to qTest. In this guide we’ll explore:
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Quality Center’s user interface was designed many years ago and really has not been updated. It’s difficult to use for the tester, creating inefficiency.
Quality Center ALM saw it’s inception in a time where waterfall workflows were standard. Time has changed and Quality Center has not.
If you use popular developer tools like JIRA, Rally, VersionOne and Selenium, you’ll have a hard time integrating them with Quality Center.
With Quality Center, support doesn’t come standard. You have to pay extra and that can be expensive if you need a lot of help along the way.