ERP Testing

With ERP testing, the focus tends to be on each modules functionality under specific circumstances and scenarios. The process tends to be carried out manually or automated. There are three different phases of preparing for testing. They are preparation, execution and evaluation. Let’s break down these three different phases.

The Testing Process
  • • Preparation – this portion of the testing cycle includes setting up the test system, test suites preparation and creating testing data.
  • • Execution – consists of execution of the test created during the preparation period and logging all defects and reporting the status of the tests.
  • • Evaluation – test evaluation includes analyzing any found defects, assessing test plans and causes, test suites preparation and documenting the overall testing process.
The Different Forms of ERP Testing Techniques

There are different forms of ERP testing techniques, most often used when going through the ERP testing process. Let’s go into detail about some of those techniques.

  • • Functional testing – this form of a testing technique involves knowing whether the ERP system offers solutions required for a specific organizational need. This testing technique makes sure that all business features are testing, including software and hardware that help run ERP software. In order for this testing to be considered successful, creating a description of test goals and objectives can act as a barometer.
  • • Performance testing – this testing technique tests the ERP systems ability to perform their individualized tasks in demanding areas and situations. Because ERP runs other integrated systems, it’s crucial to test its performance during those high demand situations, including moments with high data flows and transactions.
  • • Automated testing – this form of testing refers to the automation of tasks, making tedious tasks easier and quicker to do by completing them all at once. It’s important for a company to select suitable automation tools and cover all test processes for successful results.
  • • Integration testing – integration testing involves assessing business scenarios. The aim is how well the ERP system assimilates into the company’s business processes to deliver the expected results.
  • • Other testing techniques include: data handling, security, adaptability, usability and installation testing.

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