Quality Tiger is a full featured test management solution for Atlassian JIRA. It is based on long years of practical experience in the testing area and the use of Atlassian products.
The “QTiger Test Case” encourages a standardized testing approach by defining its own workflow and test specific fields. With the integrated Test Procedure Editor you easily organize your test procedures in actions and verifications. Start building up a structured Test Repository by prioritizing and classifying your test cases.
The “QTiger Test Scenario” organizes ordered sets of test cases. They enable you to realize complex test procedures or to test the interaction of different system components efficiently. Use test scenarios for complete end-to-end tests through your system or to group test cases with the same semantical context (e.g. for testing all functionality on the same screen).
A “QTiger Test Cycle” contains all test cases and test scenarios executed for testing a certain software version on a specific test environment. Test Managers use the intuitive graphical user interface to assemble the wanted tests step by step. The classifying attributes of the Test Repository are used as parameters in the JIRA-typical search functionality. Fine selection is conveniently done per drag & drop.
Use JIRA Dashboards to organize your test cases as well as to keep track of test progress. Quality Tiger distinguishes between Dashboards for Test Managers and Testers. Additionally, you can create your individual Dashboards. All fields defined by Quality Tiger are usable in JIRA diagrams and statistics.
Specify values for technical components, logical test components and software versions in the project configuration. Additionally, you can link test cases with risks and requirements independent from whether you keep them inside JIRA or in external systems (traceability).
Quality Tiger fully integrates itself into JIRA without diminishing the out of the box functionality or flexibility. Thereby, individual extension via custom fields remains completely possible and JIRAs rights and permissions concept is applicable without restrictions. Assigning test cases and test scenarios to testers for executions is possible as well.