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Test automation from SmartBear tops Gartner list for ‘ability to execute’

Testing software provider SmartBear has been placed highest for its ‘ability to execute’ on the Gartner Magic Quadrant for software test automation for a second consecutive year.

Christian Wright, chief product officer at SmartBear, said more than 22,000 customers use its test automation portfolio.

“Completeness of vision and the ability to execute are paramount to consistently meet the needs of our rapidly growing, global customer base,” he said in a press statement.

Check out the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation here, comparing 10 vendors that aim to accelerate and scale functional automated testing and enable continuous testing.

In the last year, SmartBear expanded its product portfolio through strategic acquisitions and has delivered innovative enhancements to long-trusted solutions, including expanding into CI/CD pipeline integration for native mobile test automation with the acquisition of Bitbar, and deepening a commitment to open-source by purchasing Cucumber, a vendor of tools for behaviour-driven software development.

SmartBear also released ReadyAPI 3.0, with an improved user experience around API testing and delivery and additional testing support for GraphQL. It also introduced a new LoadNinja API, delivered BDD capabilities to Jira customers with Cucumber for Jira, and added a new visual editor to SwaggerHub.

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