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Thursday June 26, 2008
01:29 AM

ROI on automated testing calculator

[ #36783 ]

IBM has developed a ROI automated testing calculator

I have not yet tried to enter some data, since I normally finde this sort of calculators too management, but just for the fun of it, I might stick give it some data from a current project to see what it would calculate.

Crazy IBM, they must have too much time on their hands...

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  • It's not a ROI calculator, it's a sales pitch.

    If the naive silliness of the questions didn't make that clear, the fact that you can't set "Number of Rational Functional Tester Licenses needed?" below 1 does.

    What a complete load of bollocks. Seriously.

    • I am amuzed and I learned a new word: crock :)

    • Well presumably they’ll tell you how long it takes for the cost of your licences to be amortised. It makes a certain amount of sense, at least to me. (Of course that does mean it is exactly a sales pitch, so, yeah.)