Testing your cloud learning software before deployment is essential to effective learning delivery. The stakes can be high — among the risks are dissatisfied users, failed audits, and damage to your organization’s reputation.
Pixentia employs a disciplined approach that ensures accurate, comprehensive evaluation and remedies for your business processes and user experience.
The first step in testing your learning software platform is to build your strategy.
How you will test. Automated testing can save a lot of time and expense, but some manual testing is necessary
What resources you need, including the testing venue
Your testing schedules
Measures and metrics to assess your progress and results.
The second part of the planning phase is to develop your testing plans: scheduling the resources and creating your scripts and scenarios. We provide:
Standard scripts for automation, offer tools for you to record and create your own
Testing scenarios for manual testing and user acceptance testing (UAT); and
Building sample data sets for testing
When you execute your plan, you will run each script and scenario, grouped by function, then evaluate and report on each. We support you during your testing and assist you in tracking and reporting your results.
Managing the results of your testing requires communication and decision protocols so project managers can achieve the correct response to issues. Our experts work with you to assess the scope of each finding so you can estimate the impact and we can schedule the resources to address it.
Our testing team works with you to provide user checklists for your scenarios, so your testers can document both the behavior of the configuration and their reaction to it.
It will help if you test your LMS whenever you make significant changes, such as adding new functions like e-commerce or extending it to new business.
That includes updates and upgrades. Your vendor tests every change in their software—but they don’t check your configuration, your processes, your security, or your integrations. It’s up to you.
The good news is that once you have your scripts configured, you can reuse them.