Earlier this year, we launched our new comprehensive test automation solution, Hammer Cloud Platform (HCP). Since then, a lot of you have asked to try it out before you commit – and we listened. We’re excited to offer a 30-day free trial version of HCP so you can witness its power firsthand.
HCP combines functional, regression, systems integration, performance, and customer experience testing into a single intuitive SaaS solution. It’s now easier than ever for teams to accelerate their software development lifecycles in their contact centers and enterprise networks.
HCP empowers cross-functional teams – including infrastructure planning, AppDev, DevOps, operations, QA – to work together in streamlining their contact center operations. It eliminates defects caused by rushed release cycles while helping DevOps to reduce mean time to reduce Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) and deliver a truly optimized customer experience.
The Hammer Cloud Platform includes:
- Hammer On-Demand QA: Pre-production functional and regression testing
- Hammer On-Demand Performance: Load, smoke, stress, and performance testing
- VoiceWatch: Ongoing active test scenarios within a production environment
Request your free trial here. If you’re not quite ready to take HCP for a test drive, watch our recent webinar, How to Tame CX Disruption with Automated Collaborative Testing, to see a recorded demo.
Taming CX Disruption with Automated, Collaborative Testing
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