10 Test Management Tools To Manage Testing Reports and Activities

by January 9, 2017 1 comment

Test management tools proved very useful to manage the testing reports and activities. Test management tools offer quick access to data analysis, collaborative tools and easy communication across multiple project teams.   Here are some Test management tools to streamline the manual testing process.



qTest is a fast growing Test management tool that provides an easy to learn and seamless integration with JIRA, Rally or VersionOne. It helps to create, centralize, organize and manage test cases quickly and efficiently.


2) PractiTest:


Manage your QA and Testing process, controlling your testing tasks while getting complete visibility into your results. It entirely  SaaS end-to-end QA and Agile friendly Test management tool and provides complete integration with bug tracking tools and automation tools such as JIRA, Pivotal tracker, Bugzilla, Redmin, Selenium, Jenkins etc.

3) Zephyr:


Zephyr is a real-time test management solutions. It offers seamless integrations and real-time visibility into the quality and status of software projects.

4) Test Collab:


Test Collab offers a complete platform for your application’s testing. It offers Integrations with some best of the defect management systems closes the loop between testers and developers. Apart from this, it offers time tracking,  agile methodology, requirements management, test plans, and scheduling. It saves your test cases, executions, test plans, requirements and milestones in one place.


5) TestFLO for JIRA



TestFLO for HRA is an add-on to provide comprehensive test management system.  It supports flexible configurations and integration with CI tools like Jenkins or Bamboo for automated tests allowing you to run tests from JIRA and publish test results in real-time.

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  1. Adam
    #1 Adam 3 March, 2017, 21:19

    There are some other tools I would recommend listing as well, including SpiraTest (from Inflectra), TestStuff and TestLodge.

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