TransIT: a workflow & testing tool that makes sense
TransIT is a workflow documentation and testing management tool. TransIT allows you to document, in detail, your workflows, based on how you have configured each of your vendor applications. These workflows then drive the creation of System Test Scripts, Regression Test Scripts, Integration Test Scripts and User Acceptance Test Scripts.
TransIT facilitates end user involvement throughout the implementation. It was designed with the end user in mind. TransIT uses the language of the end user and documents automated and manual tasks click-by-click so end users can walk through new systems prior to completing training.
TransIT comes populated with manual, automated and vendor-specific (system functionality) content called Tasks. Tasks include who executes each step (role or role types), which specific vendor application the process utilizes, what actions are performed, and what outcomes can be expected.
Capturing the needed details
End users work with system analysts to define detailed workflows based on the high level workflows supplied by the vendor. These are then documented in TransIT utilizing the automated and manual tasks. System analysts then pull together all of the workflows being used to form their System Test Scripts and Regression Test Scripts.
By combining automated and manual tasks that represent the actual steps that will be performed by end users and adding details that will be constant, facility-specific workflows are created and validated.
Process-based testing reduces rework post-go-live
They then create patient care scenarios based on their top discharge diagnoses so that they can test out the workflows that have been developed. Again, because the scenarios are step-by-step, they can be executed by end users prior to receiving training for the new systems. These patient care scenarios are utilized for Integration Testing and User Acceptance Testing.
Workflows and tasks are put together to form testing scenarios. Details are added that are specific to that scenario.
How many resources do you need to test your workflows?
For the first time, those responsible for planning for a round of end user testing will know how many resources they need, and on what days they need those resources. This is a real cost saving feature of TransIT.
Summary Test Planning report lets you determine how many resources you need on each day of testing.
Detail Test Planning report lets you determine which scenarios to move to alternative days for better resource utilization.
Document & manage testing online
Anyone that has ever coordinated a round of testing knows how challenging it can be. With the TransIT testing dashboard you know who is next up is each of the scripts, whether any of the scripts are falling behind, and all of the statistics associated with the round of testing.
No more transcribing handwritten issue sheets
No more issue sheets from testers that can’t be understood and need to be transcribed. The online issue log allows for testers to document what they see in testing and allows for the responsible analyst to review what they have documented and determine the course of action.
Steps flagged by the tester have a tester note attached which is instantly viewable in the Testing Report. Analysts can review the tester notes and determine whether an issue needs to be logged. Screenshots can be attached. Issues can be exported to be uploaded to the project issue log
Getting started is easy
TransIT has the ability to import existing test scripts so that clients can immediately make use of the online dashboard. Existing functional test scripts (System Test Scripts and Regression Test Scripts) and process-based test scripts (Integration Test Scripts and User Acceptance Test Scripts) can be formatted and imported in a matter of hours.
Imported scripts can be executed as is and are available to be added into the test planning report.