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TestComplete: Making testers look good for a decade with the awards and applause to prove it.

TestComplete is an automated testing tool that lets you create, manage and run tests for any Windows, Web or Rich Client software. It makes it easy for anyone to create automated tests. And automated tests run faster, increase test coverage and lower costs.

TestComplete’s script-free keyword-driven testing, innovative test visualizer and easy-to-use interface makes learning automated testing a snap for new users. TestComplete’s flexibility and extensive feature list ensure power users always have a solution to testing challenges.

TestComplete is a must-have tool for QA teams that need to do more testing, keep up with rapid development schedules and still deliver software on time.
Test Faster, Test More and Relax

Need to do twice as much testing? Just add another workstation to run more tests at the same time. Soon you’ll feel like you have an army of testers ready to execute at your command.
Automated Testing for Any Budget

The biggest surprise about TestComplete is the price. Other automated testing tools expect you to empty the bank and be grateful for unresponsive service and obsolete technology. TestComplete respects your budget and is kind to your bottom line. TestComplete’s price is significantly lower than other automated testing tools. You can equip your entire team with TestComplete, get professional training and services from one of our expert partners and still pay less than the maintenance costs on some other tools.

TestComplete’s low price comes with high-end features:

    * Script-free keyword testing for ease of use
    * Scripted testing for total flexibility
    * Windows and Web testing
    * .NET, WPF, ASP.NET, Silverlight and XBAP support
    * Adobe AIR, Flex and Flash support
    * Java and JavaFX support
    * Internet Explorer 6—9 support (both 32- and 64-bit versions)
    * Firefox 3.5—8.0 support (versions 7 and 8 are supported by patches)
    * Windows 7, Vista, XP, Windows Server 2003 and 2008 support
    * Both 32-bit and 64-bit application support
    * Open APIs
    * Easy extensibility
    * Tons of documentation

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