BeatBlip is a powerful codeless and all-in-one software test automation solution that enables organizations to accelerate their release cycles while minimizing testing cost and ensuring quality.
BeatBlip is designed to address common software delivery challenges involving release delays, unstable software, compatibility issues, field bug leakage, and unhappy customers. Traditional test automation tools require teams to utilize programming languages to build automated test scripts which is a costly, time-consuming, and error prone process. This time and resources could be directed towards finding issues in the software under test.
BeatBlip’s codeless approach to automation eliminates the programming need for test automation. It utilizes the same approach to support test automation for Web Applications, Mobile Apps, and APIs so that the software development teams aren’t required to learn multiple tools. Implementing a testing automation strategy is not only quick and easy with BeatBlip, it’s also robust, easy to maintain and cost-effective.
Check out a few of our key differentiators:
All-in-one Test Automation Solution
BeatBlip supports automation of functional and regression testing for web applications, mobile apps, desktop apps, APIs, packaged apps (SAP, Salesforce), and business processes using the exact same approach. Testers don’t need to learn multiple tools or approaches for meeting their automation needs.
AI Powered Auto Healing and Auto Bug Logging
BeatBlip helps minimize the maintenance overhead by leveraging AI to automatically adapt the test scripts to any changes in the Application Under Test (AUT). It also ensures that the tests can be executed in a fully unattended fashion, including tracking of any failures in the desired bug tracking system.
Reporting and Analytics
BeatBlip offers graphical reports and powerful analytics allowing testers to monitor the testing progress and to also get actionable insights from the test iterations and associated execution results.
BeatBlip is built using a platform approach which allows users to integrate it with their development and release processes and to build custom plug-ins and add-ons for it.