Test Management Software
Definition - What does Test Management Software mean?
In software testing, test management software is a type of workflow/project management software that enables software developers and/or testers to manage and document the software testing process.
It equips the software testing team with a central interface to record, retrieve, compare and analyze software testing results.
Techopedia explains Test Management Software
Test management software is primarily used by software houses/publishers that develop multiple or complex software having regular software testing requirements. Test management software enables:
- Managing test cases
- Requirements tracking
- Bug tracking
- Other software testing-related processes
Most test management software is designed to be integrated with software development and testing processes and technologies/applications. Developers can retrieve test data from the application and provide software testers with reporting on software testing life cycle.
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