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SAP Planning: Best Practices in Implementation by George W. Anderson

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How to Approach Business Process Testing

Planning for, executing, and analyzing the results of business process testing is a detail-oriented job, to say the least. And even at its best, it is still phenomenally time-consuming. Historically, much testing has been performed manually. Drawbacks to this approach, as you see in Figure 15.3, are fairly obvious though. For example:

  • Each tester recruited or otherwise brought in from the business must be able to devote an adequate amount of time to testing. This in turn takes away from the tester’s other duties within his organization.

  • Testers brought in from third-party consulting and integration partners are probably not experts in your particular business processes—relevant industry experience is therefore ...

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