Tevron CitraTest and CitraTest APM Now Support All Samsung Phones and Tablets
March 18, 2015
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Tevron announced complete coverage to test, validate and proactively monitor desktop and mobile user experience for all applications with new support for all Android KitKat 4.4+ tablets and mobile devices.

“Our customers have told us that their mobile users are as demanding, if not more, than their desktop counterparts. Organizations that test and proactively monitor applications only from a desktop user perspective expose themselves to severe risks including mounting user escalations, hindered business operations and plummeting revenues,” said Jay Labadini, Vice President of Tevron. “This is why we are proud to now offer complete testing and monitoring coverage for all applications, for both desktop and mobile users, via new mobile support for CitraTest and CitraTest APM. Our customers will be able to ensure application quality and always-on access to IT applications and services for all their users, on a continuous basis.”

Now, with CitraTest Mobile, QA teams can take their test automation to the next level, and generate keyboard strokes, mouse clicks, or mobile activity such as touch or type on a mobile screen – like a real user - and then test, measure and validate the images on the screen or desktop to ensure application quality for all users.

Similarly, their IT counterparts can utilize CitraTest Mobile to periodically execute synthetic transactions against any application and take user SLA response time measurements along the way. By automating the driving of any application like a real user, visually examining the desktop and responding to changes, driving the keyboard and mouse, or touching or typing on a mobile screen, CitraTest APM ensures that all applications are working effectively, alerting IT organizations at the first sign of trouble. Cross-functional collaboration is also dramatically increased because results can be easily shared with all stakeholders, and test scripts can be re-used for continuous applications production monitoring.

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