BT selects Fanfare test product

BT has chosen Fanfare\'s iTest, the company\'s flagship test automation product, as a key component of the strategic testing platform it is putting in place to automate complex system testing.

Under the deal, BT will deploy iTest in an enterprise-wide initiative to standardize the communication of test assets across the company, as well as between BT and its suppliers.

The implementation is expected to allow BT to streamline the testing process and reduce the costs involved in bringing new and complex products to market. Having a standard platform in place that automates the basic communication of finding and reporting a bug, reproducing it, and verifying the fix will be of great value to both BT and its suppliers, BT says.

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