Traditionally, testing full end-to-end user journeys has been reserved for software builds that have moved through lower environments and are seemingly ready for release. Developers often test only the pieces of code they're working on and avoid performing full end-to-end tests because they're time consuming and complex.

Interdependent Software App Components

With the acceleration of development timelines and rapid deployment, leaving all the end-to-end testing for the final stages creates unnecessary bottlenecks and increases the risk of introducing bugs into production. That’s why software teams are adopting low-code test automation solutions like mabl, so they can easily and reliably inject end-to-end testing into development earlier in the cycle to improve test coverage and overall application quality.


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Justin Basque
Engineering Leader

"mabl helps us get out of the old style of Selenium... and distribute the load of authoring tests to the entire team"

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Gary Gann
VP and Domain Owner for Loss Sensitive IT

"Before mabl, we could scramble and get the vendor to resolve every major issue before it hit production—but just living on the edge like that is just not the way to do things."

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Samar Khan
VP Software Development and DevOps

"Using hiring and traditional automation tools like Selenium, it would have taken two years and $240K to accomplish what mabl helped ITS do in just four months at 80% cost savings.”

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Joe Wong
Engineering Manager

“mabl’s user-friendly interface and intuitive automation tools were vital to promoting QA throughout the organization.”

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Thomas Noë
QA Architect

“mabl enabled us to go from 0% to 90% test coverage in a few short months.”

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Harrison Hunter

“Moving to mabl allowed us to cut direct costs and scale up significantly, resulting in about 70% cost savings.”

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