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The Most Effective Techniques For ERP Testing

04-May-2018

The Most Effective Techniques For ERP Testing

Techniques For ERP Testing

While any organization implements ERP in their system, testing is one of the most important parts to cater to. It is basically done before the company launches an application in the market and ERP testing continues after the software becomes live also. Thus, testing is always considered to be a regular process in ERP systems.

ERP software quality assessment framework should be developed on the basis of an ERP test plan. The testing can gather the data for assessing the product quality. The quality assessment framework for ERP programming can be built up from the accompanying issues that have been tried, for example, accessibility, usefulness, execution, dependability, and administrations. The strict approach for testing an ERP application framework is incorporated trying where there is a Quality Assurance (QA) team for characterizing the guidelines and techniques for the different STLC(Software Testing Life Cycle) and maintaining the Test Plan, User's Acceptance Test (UAT) techniques, test scripts, and test procedure specifications. 

Effective Techniques used for ERP Test Strategy:

  • ERP Functional Module Testing

Before testing the ERP in general, testing individual modules is the initial phase of an extensive plan on ERP testing. It is one of the vital procedures or techniques to test the core functionality of every module. Once the modules have been cleared, it's an ideal opportunity to begin start "combine" and test the ERP. This testing stage is regularly alluded to as “Core testing".

  • Integration Testing

Once the center ERP software has been completely tested and verified, it's a great opportunity to proceed onward to incorporate user testing. The objective isn't to test the ERP framework's highlights alone, however, to perceive how well the ERP framework incorporates into the association's business forms and whether the framework conveys the normal outcomes.

  • Cloud Testing

When we compare current functional software testing techniques, Cloud-Based Testing has several advantages over conventional testing methods. As we all know that ERP is spread over wide geographical locations all over the globe, it is merely impossible to test the software from different locations. Security and Load Testing of the application involve the huge expenditure on Software, its maintenance, and Hardware. Therefore depending upon the requirements of the client cloud testing is very much an important part of ERP applications.

  • Performance Testing

ERP has been integrated and tested, it's a great opportunity to perceive how well it performs under load. Since the ERP now runs the other coordinated frameworks, it's essential to stress test the ERP frameworks utilizing a high-volume information stream and testing exchanges. Once the ERP goes live, it's essential to know whether the new framework can deal with the huge measures of activity it will send and receive.

  • Automation Testing

It is merely impossible to test the system manually as transactions are directly linked to the centralized database and like clouds; there are more chances of security risk. Automation testing overcomes all the challenges faced by manual testing. Automation ERP testing is equipped for executing tests, revealing results, and contrasting outcomes and prior trials. Tests performed with these can run more than once, as per the requirement.

Suggested Read: Way To Improve Automated ERP Testing: Discovering Five Threats To Quality Assurance

Considering the above-mentioned types of ERP testing, there is a considerable reduction in the testing time and allows for effective monitoring of the ERP systems.

In a nutshell, check how BugRaptors QA experts (Automation, Performance, and Manual  Testing Teams) implements the ERP systems with a focus on quality and long-term utilization of test suites. Our major activities include quality, prioritization of tests according to business and user perspective; build robust automation strategy, and much more.

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Piyush Badyal

Piyush is working as a Security Software Test Engineer at BugRaptors with over 4+ years of experience. He conducts security and penetration testing on Web and Mobile applications. He is expertise in Social Networking, eCommerce, ERP and Educational websites domains.

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