In this blog series,“The most common pitfalls when moving from SAP to S/4HANA” – we will discuss the seven most common pitfalls and explain how software testing as a service can help. Each week we cover one pitfall and explain how it can be avoided using software testing as a service.
Testing and quality assurance are important aspects of any software implementation, including when moving to S/4HANA. Here are some steps you can take to ensure testing and quality assurance when transitioning to S/4HANA:
1: Plan your testing strategy: Determine what types of tests are needed (e.g., unit tests, integration tests, regression tests) and how they will be performed.
2: Set up a test environment: Create a separate test environment that mirrors your production environment as closely as possible. This allows you to test the system without affecting the live environment.
3: Create test cases: Write detailed test cases that cover all functional and non-functional requirements of the system.
4: Perform testing: Run the test cases and document the results.
5: Monitor and resolve problems: Monitor the testing process for any problems that arise and work with the relevant teams to resolve them.
6: Perform regression testing: After fixing any problems, run regression tests to ensure that the fixes have not introduced new problems.
7: Conduct user acceptance testing: Involve end users in the testing process to ensure that the system meets their needs and requirements.
By following these steps, you can ensure that your transition to S/4HANA is successful and that the system is of high quality.