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Organizations implement automated testing in hopes of reducing time and cost while creating higher quality products. They invest in tools, training, and development; identify candidates for automation; and then develop and execute test scripts. Unfortunately, some of these projects are considered failures because the promised savings are not realized. Funding for future automation efforts may be reduced, or automation projects may be cancelled outright. Management support, effective test design and test data management, low maintenance requirements, along with meaningful reports are key to a successful and cost effective automation. Paul Maddison shares how CUMIS has invested more than ten years in test automation—continually growing their investment, reducing costs, and shrinking time-to-market. Paul details their approaches for script design, data management, test candidate selection, and effective reporting to management. Learn approaches that can mitigate challenges and give you a higher return on investment—today and well into the future.