Webinar – Supercharging Siebel with Open UI: Increased Development Agility

Webinar | 12/02/2015 | 2.00 - 2.35pm GMT / 09.00 - 09.35am EST

Tired of being told it will take months for small changes to Siebel?
Is the cost of change limiting how much you can afford to do in Siebel?

The testing of new Siebel functionality is normally a significant bottleneck to Siebel development agility. Regression and system testing take time, and traditional tools aimed at automating the testing processes are expensive and inflexible.

Boxfusion Consulting have been looking at approaches to minimise Siebel’s development and testing time and cost, and want to share our latest findings with you. We’ll show you how you can automate testing of Siebel using a combination of Open UI and leading free Open Source software, minimising the cost and time of your Siebel development and increasing your development agility.

Join our webinar to find out more about these approaches.

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Date: Thursday 12th February
Time:  2.00 – 2.35pm GMT / 09.00 – 09.35am EST
Location:  Webinar

If you can’t make this session and would like to arrange an individual webinar or to find out more information please click here to contact us.

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3 key reasons to attend -
  1. Learn how to increase Development agility – through employing Open UI-based test automation
  2. Understand how you can reduce your Siebel development costs  – through the ease and power of automated testing
  3. See how you can implement automated testing for Siebel – using only Siebel Open UI and free open source software
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You can register your interest by filling out the registration form or by contacting us now on +44 203 283 4315 or emailing events@boxfusionconsulting.com.

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