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Innovation for Transformation in Test Automation With Zero Ramp-up

Andrew Doughty and James Bent

August 3, 2021

You realise that changing your quality assurance strategy and adopting/increasing test automation represents a huge potential for transforming your organisation. But… You fear that adoption is going to be difficult, with huge ramp-up time, large initial costs, and it’s going to be a long time before you see a return on your investment. If this sounds familiar then you need to watch this on-demand webinar. 

You will see that if you can buy something on Amazon and write in plain English you can use the innovative power of Virtuoso to transform your organisation and see results within days (seriously you can start to remove testing as a bottleneck in days). 

This all sounds too good to be true, there’s got to be a catch right? Maybe you’re thinking about your existing tech stack and how any transformation would need to slip into that like a glove. Well, with out-of-the-box integrations Virtuoso seamlessly fits into what you already have, creating a testing regime that is greater than the some of its parts. Still sceptical, then join the webinar, it’s only 45 mins, and we are pretty sure we can transform your opinion before we innovate and help transform your organisation. We will cover: 

  • The innovative power of Virtuoso - How AI allows anyone to write robust tests that self-maintain 
  • How your SDLC can be transformed so you create better quality products faster 
  • The ease with which Virtuoso integrates with your current tech stack 

Watch now, you don’t have the time to miss this.


CRO and co-founder at Virtuoso, Andy believed there was a real opportunity to make a difference to how companies carried out testing through a combination of bold thinking and new technology. He has extensive experience working with companies, helping them improve the way they approach test automation

James is the "go to" sales engineer at Virtuoso, with a vast and detailed knowledge of automation. He keeps things simple even when talking about the most technical of topics or dealing with dynamic applications. When not empowering people to test at speed and scale in the cloud he can be found on the courts of his local tennis club.