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Gartner Names Micro Focus a Leader in 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation

Did you hear the news? Micro Focus was recently name a leader in Gartner's 2017 Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation.

My friend Robert Guiterrez just blogged about this accomplishment and what it means for users in this blog.

As he points out, this is a pivotal year for Micro Focus as we merged two industry leading portfolios from HPE Software and Micro Focus. We believe Gartner’s positioning reflected our newly combined functional testing portfolio, which includes Unified Functional Testing (UFT), Business Process Testing (BPT), UFT Pro (LeanFT), and the Silk testing portfolio (Silk Test, Silk WebDriver and Silk Central). 

 Without a doubt, modern business demands require a different approach to application testing, and we believe Gartner shows awareness of our efforts and drives this point home.

“The dynamism and change we have seen over the last three years has been unprecedented,” says Shane Evans, Micro Focus’ Product Management Director responsible for Functional Testing.  “We expect this to accelerate as our customers dive deeper into Continuous Testing and support these efforts with BDD, codeless automation, and “bring your own” test assets to allow for greater flexibility.”

In addition to continuous testing, we feel that Gartner also recognized Micro Focus’ efforts across numerous other fronts.

Find out what this recognition means and how you can scale your functional testing to meet your business demands in Robert's blog

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