Perfecto by Perforce Announces Katalon Studio Integration
February 19, 2020

Perfecto by Perforce announced its integration with Katalon Studio.

This collaboration between Perfecto and Katalon enables testing teams to achieve higher levels of test automation while executing against devices and browsers in the Perfecto testing cloud.

Katalon Studio is a test automation solution for web and mobile apps. Katalon enables teams to create automated test scripts without the need to code. Together, Katalon fills the need for test creation, and Perfecto provides the devices and browsers needed to test, along with test failure analysis and automation at scale. Perfecto also complements Katalon with the test automation coverage, scalability, analysis, and stability that are critical to testing teams' success.

Teams need test creation tools like Katalon for testers of varying skillsets. But that isn't the only tool needed. Perfecto provides a testing platform to execute those tests against and turn test automation into trusted and valuable information. Teams only focusing on test creation — without leveraging other testing technology throughout their automation strategy — won't be successful.

"Katalon Studio is a leading free solution for test automation creation. It helps practitioners ramp up their mobile and web app test automation coverage," said Eran Kinsbruner Chief Evangelist of Perfecto by Perforce. "With the new integration of Katalon, Perfecto customers can enjoy an end-to-end continuous testing solution with test automation creation across mobile native apps, web apps, execution at scale in various global geographies, and smart reporting with failure analysis."

Katalon is the latest in a long line of integrations in the existing Perfecto portfolio. The addition of Katalon increases opportunities for practitioners regardless of skillset, allowing them to provide meaningful contributions to continuous testing efforts in their organization.

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