PractiTest Vs. QMetry

Searching for a test management solution is not an easy task. There are many possible tools to choose from, each promising to to be the best tool for your QA management needs. Even though the amount of options is vast ,it is best to focus on a small amount of test management tools (3-4) and compare their main features, before you proceed and do a free trial with real testing data.

 

PractiTest

practitest

QMetry

qmetry

 

We have saved you some of the trouble, this time comparing PractiTest and QMetry. Both are End-to-end test management solutions, that cover the entire QA process from Requirement, Test Sets & Runs, Issues and reporting.

 

PractiTest

practitest

QMetry

qmetry

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PractiTest
QMetry
Requirement and User Stories Management
Support for hierarchical requirements v v
Test case management
Add attachments to each test step v v
Clone Tests between projects v v
Batch operations (cloning, editing, deletion) v v
Reusable test repositorys v v
Exploratory Testing module (session based testing) v x
Test Sets and Execution Management
Audit history of runs and results v v
Edit tests during runs v v
Report issues/bugs from tests and auto-populate tests to reproduce v v
Assignment of Cycles and Tests to testers v v
Parameterization of Test Cases and Sets v v
Batch operations (cloning, editing, deletion) v v
Reuse tests from repository for any test set run v v
Test Set Permutations
Issue management
Independent issue management module v v
Ability to detect and prevent duplicate issues v v
Ability to report issues directly from emails v x
Batch editing v v
Integrations
Integration with 3rd party Bug Tracking systems v v
Integration with Test Automation Tools v v
Integration with Source Control systems v v
Zapier v x
API v v
Slack integration v x
Webhooks v x
Customization
Hierarchical filters to organize information (e.g. Test Tree, Bug categories, Requirement types) v x
Custom Workflow v x
Custom fields and filters v v
Permissions & personalized mail notifications v v
Reporting
Customizable Graphs/Dashboards and reports v v
Scheduled reports v x
Additional features
Import & Export all data v v
Search (ability to add criteria) v v
External dashboard and embedding graphs v x
Cloud or Installed Cloud Both
Task Board v x
Security and certifications
Soc 2 v x
ISO 27001 v v
Service and Support
Service and Support v v

So, what is the verdict?

 

Both PractiTest and QMetry are powerful test management tools that offer great coverage for your QA process.

 

PractiTest Hierarchical filter tree is a major advantage as it makes the basic data organization and navigation more intuitive. This classification methodology exists for all testing modules: Requirements, Tests, Test Sets & Runs and Issues, and with traceability links in between. This will provide you with a better workflow with PractiTest, than QMetry.

 

QMetry is a part infoStretch Corporation, which its advantages and shortcomings. You know that the company is not going to disappear anytime soon, and you can choose a complete suite of solutions, have AD/LDAP support etc., but on the other hand, your tool is not their main focus.

 

While both solutions offer methodological support, we found PractiTest had a faster response time in general for all support matters. One nice feature that QMetry doesn’t offer is External dashboards. This useful for sharing customized project progress with management, as well as with clients via a direct external link to relevant graphs and reports or by embedding them anywhere.

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