Make Test a Strategic Differentiator for Your Business


Realizing the full benefits of test across your organization isn’t just about using a better tool—it requires an intentional test strategy that includes automation, standardization, and digital transformation initiatives. Your progress in these initiatives provides business value every step of the way. No matter where you are on your journey to optimizing test for better business outcomes, small changes can make a huge difference.


Automating measurements is a key step in optimizing your test performance, as it provides teams repeatable test data and drives the ability to scale test coverage with product complexity. From simple software-defined test sequences to complex model-based testing, automation lays the foundation for scale and efficiency.

Lab Modernization Yields Huge Gains

Electrolux Appliances had a mission—standardize all Electrolux labs in the world: 25 labs, five countries, with 2 trillion data points*. Electrolux met high consumer expectations, reduced test time, lowered costs, and built resiliency with test. They standardized test procedures, digitized and automated all measurements and test procedures, and created a flexible, modular measurement platform that unified software, systems, and laboratories.


Quality improvement**


Warranty cost saving


Star rating customer satisfaction

* Data generated at all sites over the last 5 years. | ** Improvement measured over 10-year period.



Standardization acts as a catalyst, scaling success across your business and driving organizational efficiency. Test teams can standardize on processes, systems, software, and data formats—all can accelerate product development. Focusing on organizational consistency, design-cycle reuse, and platform adoption, standardization leverages investments to drive efficiency and speed.

Digital Transformation

Organizations that connect data across the product development lifecycle are able to digitally transform their businesses. This requires a holistic approach, including data management, test system management, test orchestration, and advanced analytics. Although you might consider digital transformation a final step, organizations can make digitization progress in parallel with automation and standardization initiatives.