Accenture clients can implement high-quality applications more quickly through automation and early third party involvement.
The company said clients can reduce critical defects, improve productivity and eliminate the barrier of large, upfront investments as the new technology will be used to enhance company’s application testing services.
Worksoft Certify eliminates manual quality assurance steps which automatically validating business processes on a daily basis to identify defects before they enter production while Worksoft Analyze capture end users’ normal activities and connect them into an end-to-end process.
Company officials said one enterprise client has saved about 8,000 hours of labor in the first year and completed test cycles up to 50 percent faster due to rapid test execution activities, as well as achieved a 25 percent decrease in production defects.
Meanwhile, Accenture is the first and only global systems integrator to offer the full suite of Worksoft automation tools for rapid adoption via an annual subscription model.
“Accenture’s strategy is to help clients reinvent the business of applications, using intelligent automation to manage rising volume, velocity and complexity,” said Prasad Sankaran, senior managing director, Accenture Technology, Application Services.
“Our software platform, combined with Accenture’s expertise and global reach, will accelerate the adoption of automated business process validation as a new industry standard,” said Jim Kent, CEO, Worksoft.
Last month, Accenture acquired Brightstep, a Swedish digital consulting company focusing on digital content and commerce solutions.