Appium vs. Selenium: Key Differences
Technology today is evolving at a rapid pace, and all organizations have to keep up with it in all ways possible to increase their productivity and efficiency. It’s because of these that more and more organizations are adopting automated test cycles for their products. Testing teams have swiftly started using various kinds of test automation frameworks to release features for various applications and web applications. Automation frameworks are an assembly of numerous processes and tools that work together to help in the automated testing of any application, be it on iOS, Android, or Windows. The software project life cycle uses these automated testing frameworks during the validation phase. Selenium and Appium are two of the most popular testing frameworks that make applications easier to write and run tests in parallel. Learn more from Gourav Bais on Waldo’s blog.
9 BPM Best Practices to Streamline Your Processes
Imagine a system where all vendor approvals go into a single platform, with automatic notifications, reminders, and data input. In this environment, key decision-makers can quickly review approvals and enable workflows to commence in a timely manner. The entire process is fast, seamless, and enjoyable for vendors and internal team members. It’s a major upgrade over traditional, manual approvals that can take days or months to execute. This is an example of business process management (BPM) at its finest. As the example shows, effective BPM initiatives can lead to greater efficiency for the organization and its stakeholders. However, there are a few important things to consider when implementing and managing BPM. Check out this post from Justin Reynolds on Wrangle’s blog to learn some best practices for optimizing BPM to build a more resilient organization.