AI-driven test automation software for Agile & DevOps4.38/5 (13 reviews)
Starting from: $249.00/month
Pricing model: Free, Subscription
Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)
Free: 200 Automated minutes on Local Devices/100 minutes on Testsigma Lab, per month
Basic: $299/month billed monthly OR $249/month billed yearly
Pro: $399/month billed monthly OR $349/month billed yearly
Enterprise: Talk to us for custom pricing
2 reviewers had the following to say about Testsigma's pricing:
I have been using TestSigma for my teams at various organizations in Silicon Valley to implement agile testing successfully where everyone on my product team can develop automated test irrespective of their skill set which allows me to deliver software products faster with quality. This tool is so easy to learn and full of features that allow me the practice of precision testing where testing has to be better, cheaper and faster.
1. Completely web-based with very intuitive interface 2. Work out of the box 3. End to End Test Management with powerful reporting and assignment 4. Programming language agnostic for the most part, very helpful for a team with expertise in the different programming language or no programming language 5. Allows to use the knowledge of Selenium WebDriver 6. Integration with Slack/Email Notification/Jenkins/Browser Stack/Sauce Lab/Jira 7. Rapid automated test development for web applications, rest services and even mobile apps for agile testing 8. Script-less automation using Chrome plugin 9. Powerful element locators with built-in intelligence to write more stable tests 10. Support for organizing and running tests against various prod and non-prod environments alike 11. Awesome customer service 12. Flexibility to build custom functions in Java for very complex scenarios 13. Built-In scheduling of Test Runs 14. Very cheap given the productivity gain 15. Great support for building cross-browser tests quickly 16. Allows to use of existing Selenium Grid, Browser Stack and even run on a local machine 17. Automated detection of impacted tests for a failed step and skip them in a test run to save execution time
1. Lack of support for DB testing but possible with custom function 2. Reports could be clearer 3. Lack of full-page screenshot in some browsers but possible with custom function 4. Lack of feature to compare 2 screenshots/images for better cross browser testing
Likelihood to recommend: 9/10
Overall, I really like the service. I particularly love that is does not require an engineer to get something done!!
* Low barrier to entry! I'm not an engineer and didn't want to waste time learning a programming language to get our Part 11 Validation testing framework up and running. I have been able to make hundreds of tests which are specific to user acceptance criteria yet flexible enough to handle being general build-acceptance testing. * Instead of buying different devices or workstations with dozens of permutations, I can choose from nearly all of the currently and previously available browser/OS combinations. * The screenshot capability as well as the video generated by each test has made writing up reports easier.
* The reporting is not at all flexible. I had to use Grafana to create a custom dashboard of the results so that my team could see at-a-glance how all the test suites which ran overnight did. In addition, I have to do a heck of a lot of massaging to get reports which an be used for the Part 11 report. I've repeatedly asked for the ability to customize the dashboard, but it's not a priority for their product team. * Do not expect automated UI testing to be fast. * Inability to link test suites so that when one ends, the next is kicked off. There is a workaround for this, but it requires multiple parallel user accounts. * Plan ahead when naming your tests. The organization capacity is a little lacking, so I had to use the naming conventions to ensure I have included all the tests in the correct set in the correct order.
Likelihood to recommend: 9/10