For successful product testing, your test teams must be aligned with business criteria. A clearly articulated definition of “done” must be established and communicated to your testing teams. While these statements seem obvious, they are challenges that product development teams routinely struggle to solve, especially if they aren’t using a lifecycle management tool to automate their DevOps Pipeline.

About the Webinar

Watch this on demand webinar where Perforce’s Director of Product Management Tzvika Shahaf is joined by Testing Consultant Brijesh Deb for an in-depth and revealing dialogue on all things testing, including:

  • Testing in an agile reality
  • Business acceptance testing
  • Defining acceptance criteria
  • How testing impacts a team’s ability to meet deadlines
  • Business criteria 

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Tzvika Shahaf

Director of Product Management

Tzvika Shahaf, Director of Product Management at Perforce. Tzvika is an expert for Agile and Product lifecycle management, helping enterprises focus on shipping high-quality business-critical applications fast, while reducing risk and inefficiency in their process. Tzvika is highly focused on traceability and meeting the product requirements based on the power of visualization, reporting and analysis of data.

Tzvika is co-author of two industry must-read professional books: Continuous Testing for DevOps Professionals (a practical guide from industry experts) & Accelerating Software Quality – Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence in the Age of DevOps. Tzvika is also a speaker and presenter in global industry events about continuous testing, Agile lifecycle management, traceability and more.