LItMindtree, a global technology consulting and digital solutions company has collaborated with Tricentis, a global leader in enterprise continuous testing and quality engineering, to launch its latest suite of automated testing tools for SAP S/4HANA.
Called ‘Rely’, the LTIMindtree platform for SAP’s latest-generation enterprise resource planning software offering – S/4HANA – is a comprehensive suite of assurance and compliance services designed to streamline the execution of S/4HANA programs. The platform provides a built-in framework for innovative testing tools and methodologies, enabling enterprises to maximize their business optimisation on S/4HANA.
Enterprises migrating to S/4HANA often face significant challenges, owing to the dependence on manual testing processes and longer testing cycles. LTIMindtree’s ‘Rely’ aims to de-risk S/4HANA program by offering automation testing and ensuring that all critical business processes are thoroughly tested and validated. It eliminates delays in production releases and helps enterprises accelerate time-to-market, helping them meet the demands of customers.
“IT complexity and inefficient testing process prevent many enterprises from fully realizing the business benefits of their S/4HANA migration,” said Vineet Moroney, Executive Vice President & Global Head – Enterprise Applications at LTIMindtree. “Our partnership with Tricentis and experience with S/4HANA solutions through Rely equip us with a powerful set of capabilities and expertise that can help customers navigate their business transformation with S/4HANA, compete more effectively in a challenging global business environment, and cater to the demand for environmentally responsible products.”
“S/4HANA releases new functionalities frequently. Organizations following traditional testing methods stand to experience major challenges as they try to keep pace,” said VJ Kumar, SVP and GM of Strategic Partnerships, Tricentis. “By partnering with LTIMindtree, we are pleased to help more organizations automate continuous testing so they can optimize their use of S/4HANA during and post migration.”
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