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About Quality Center Enterprise

Allows your IT organization to catch defects and correct them earlier in the application lifecycle.


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Microfocus Quality Center - A decent test management tool.

Apr 03, 2018
4/5
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4 / 5
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Pros: The best part is An easy to use software to track software bugs and requirements.

Ease of organizing requirements, test cases, and issues by projects.
Ability to upload data from Microsoft XL.
Intuitive and good status reports

Cons: Not very intuitive, needs some learning curve.

Prompts on actions being successful is not very clear, at times does not save!
If you are an idol for a while, you get timed out and all changes will be lost.
License cost is very high.

Overall: HP QC is a great tool to manage testing process. it needs improvements

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Performs the job and keeps everything organized.

Apr 02, 2018
4/5
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Pros: HP Quality Center is very useful in keeping all test suites organized. So, navigating through the test suites is a breeze. What's great about HP Quality Center is that it produces visual graphs and reports easily. You can customize the reports in anyway you like to report metrics on the testing.

Cons: I don't like that it is only supported on Internet Explorer. I prefer to not use Internet explorer for anything. It would be nice to have it supported on Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

I love this software starting from mercury quality center to hP Quality center since 2007 to today

Mar 13, 2018
5/5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Greattool-Easy to understand& use it. Management, Test plan/ Test cases, Analytics Reportin, graphs& Exporting/ Defect Management , we used requirements traceability management this tool is good for that linking requirements to test plan n testcases

Cons: I think it's more expensive licenses software as from quality center shifted to Test director TDP remote access is slow

Overall: Easy to use flexibility and understanding love it used more than 10plus year since mercury to hpquality center ALMQC 11.x version

ALM, This has greatly support the test and business team with regards to coverage stats

Sep 21, 2017
4/5
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Pros: Full test suite from loading requirements to linking testcases. Pulling of stats per sprint is also a breeze. This is a must tool for a major corporate with a testing department. Other HP tools like UFT and Loadrunner work perfectly with regards to being linked to run test coverage and automation automatically through QC.

Cons: Only major corporates with in house servers may afford to host this software themselves .The price with hosting as well is too pricey for the average user or small business. However if quality and compliance is a must then the cost of the tool is a minor with regards to features available.

Overall: Full test suite integration

I have positive experience with the tool as it covers most of the daily tests planning

Sep 10, 2017
4/5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
Customer Support
3 / 5
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Pros: All the tests can be managed very nicely using 3rd party automated tools which leverage our daily work significantly.

Cons: The ability to export tests to word isn't great but does the job after massive editing, maybe you shall consider copy/paste..

Our testing team uses QC, as a developer I use it as well to review issues they find

Jul 18, 2017
3/5
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2 / 5
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4 / 5
Features & Functionality
3 / 5
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3 / 5
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Pros: Seems very flexible and supports many many fields. I found it easy enough to use without needing a tutorial.

Cons: Requires an ActiveX control to run which means IE only. Seems redundant at our organization because we also use JIRA.

Overall: I'm able to review issues found by our quality assurance group.

Its an amazing tool to perform test management

Jul 13, 2017
4/5
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4 / 5
Ease of Use
4 / 5
Features & Functionality
4 / 5
Customer Support
4 / 5
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Pros: It is an excellent tool to manage defects - and lets us see all the defects logged for that application.
It has provisions to enter detailed test scenarios that can be listed to be run on the test labs.
It has various metrics and reports that enable the entire team to keep an eye on the various stages of the defect life cycle.
It is also synced to another project planning tool of this organization called the RTC.

Cons: It could have better dashboard views of defects.
The reverse sync between RTC and quality center could be a new area to explore.
A new functionality to add the incidents and other walk-up tickets that are raised during the building of an application.

I have used HPQC for nearly four years. It's a good software, especially for testing of code.

May 08, 2017
5/5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: I used HPQC primarily for SAP testing. I think what I liked the most was the hierarchy. We created a root node, test folders under that, more sub folders underneath each folder, test sets within each sub folder, and test scripts inside each test set. It was so organised and easy to manage. The HPQC reports that we generated daily told us exactly how many test scripts we had executed and how many were pending for us to achieve our targets. Moreover, the defect management system was legendary. Tracking of defects was really easy on QC.

Cons: We used HPQC 10.0, I believe. I'm not aware of any faults of the software, buty company later shifted to HP ALM. Not sure why, though.

Overall: Test management became a piece of cake, literally. Monitoring progress was easy. We were happy, our client was ecstatic and that's what mattered.

A great tool for handling your test-life cycle

Feb 28, 2017
4/5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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Pros: 1. The well defined features - which ensure process compliance.
2. The real-time tracking and status reporting.

Cons: 1. Costing (but no pains no gains).
2. Maybe difficult for Agile teams.

Overall: Right from when it was Test-director(and upto the point it went to being ALM), this has been a number one tool for big organizations for handling their Test-Life cycle.

The 4 tabs - Requirements, Test Plan, Test Lab and Defects - gives you the best requirements traceability matrix - which helps in tracking where exactly is your defect density at the highest - amongst other reports.

The interlinking between the tabs(Traceabilty matrix) helps you to track not only the development(to some extent) but also the test-planning/preparation and execution. These status gives you real-time status tracking and hence make "those" important business decisions.

Also, the import /export to word or excel feature helps you to work with lesser number of licences.

Pros:
1. Great for companies (say pharma or finance) with major focus on process and security.
2. Superb UI(even the old designs are still very much user friendly).
3. Though customizations are not its USP, but still are good to do the required task.

Cons:
1. Slightly expensive - hence only bigger companies can afford.
2. Adoption of Agile has been slight disappointment.