The client is an American peer-to-peer lending marketplace connecting investors and borrowers. It operates at a lower cost than traditional bank lending programs and passes the savings on to borrowers in the form of lower rates and to investors in the form of solid returns. Needless to say, such financial services prioritize stability, functional correctness, and overall quality. To ensure that everything works efficiently with their rapidly growing user load they needed to optimize their testing process with automation.
- Build a test automation infrastructure
- Execute test automation basing on existing scenarios
- Build both the backend and frontend
- Engagement Model
Up to 25 engineers
Established R&D for an OCR (optical character recognition) tool and semantic analysis of documents. Other cost-effective R&D for various tools, solutions, and concept prototyping
Provided automated tests against all enterprise tiers: web/mobile front-end, APIs, DB, Risk Assessment Engine validations, and more
20,000+ advanced testing scenarios automated for API, DB, UI test layers using an in-house developed framework with yearly deadlines met
Coverage of test scripts at multiple browsers and platforms: IE, Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari. As a result, we reduced costs by half as well as provided a 5 times increase in the coverage
Provide DevOps expertise in deployment and enhancements of full-featured AWS infrastructure, integration to CI tooling and solutions, allowing to execute parameterized acceptance and regression suites periodically or on-demand
Develop a fully-functional web reporting portal that collects a lot of useful information during test execution and provides detailed statistics to the management team
Solvd engineers began adopting automation with a single domain – healthcare financing and we were soon entrusted with the rest. We shared a high level of expertise with the client’s engineering teams, conducted reviews and provided documentation for the software we delivered.
Hours saved by automation
Tests run daily