Say No to Static Reporting
Application developers and QA teams are used to working with certain toolkits in order to complete their tasks. As teams add new members and responsibilities shift, however, these programs must be able to adapt to any changes that can be made. If the tools in place are not scalable, it will be drastically more challenging to pursue agile processes and ensure that teams perform effectively.
If you're still using legacy systems - like HP Quality Center - that worked well under waterfall development methods, it may be difficult for them to be used in similar capacities in an agile testing environment.
The static reporting is one of the key shortcomings as drilling down and getting the granular information you need becomes extremely difficult. These reports also aren't updated in real-time, so you can't make the quick decisions you need to stay ahead of the competition.
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