Test Automation

Automated testing services to optimize the testing process

QATestLab offers test automation services that help to accurately check the software, prevent human error, speed up testing, increase test coverage, and get a higher return on investment (ROI) in the long run.

test automation services we provide

Benefits of test automation


Speed up the checking process and release of large projects


Detect defects earlier in the software development life cycle


Reduce the risk of finding software bugs in production


Reduce time and money expenses for manual testers


Increase the speed of delivery


Achieve maximum test coverage


Avoid the human factor


Get a higher ROI in the long run

Types of testing we automate





performance and load

installation & configuration





UI tests

assistance in exploratory testing

Tools we use

Tools we use

Frameworks for automation and testing:

  • WebUI: TestNG/JUnit + Maven/Gradle + Selenium + Allure + Cucumber (optional, if needed)
  • Mobile: Appium + Maven/Gradle + Allure + Cucumber (if needed)
  • API: Rest Assured + Allure


  • WebUI: WebDriverIO + Allure; TestCafe; Cypress.io; Protractor
  • Mobile: WebdriverIO + Allure; Protractor
  • API: Node.js + Cucumber + Allure/Cucumber Reporter


  • WebUI: NUnit + Selenium + Allure
  • Mobile: Appium + NUnit (any additional frameworks based on Appium); .NetCore, XamarinUiTests (for Xamarin projects)
  • API: .Net Core + RestSharp+ Newtonsoft.Json


  • WebUI: PyTest + Selenium
  • Mobile: Appium + Allure
  • API: requests + Behave + PytestBDD + Allure
Tools we use

Automated testing tools:
TestComplete, EggPlant, Ranorex Studio, Ghost Inspector

Tools we use

Cloud device farms:
BrowserStack, SauceLabs, AWS Device Farm, Kobiton

Tools we use

Continuous Testing tools:
TeamCity, GitLab CI, GitHub Actions, Jenkins, Travis CI, Bamboo, CircleCI

Tools we use

Reporting Frameworks:
Mocha, ReportNG, Cucumber HTML Reporter

Tools we use

Integrated Development Environment (IDE):
AndroidStudio, Visual Studio, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, etc.

Tools we use

Build Management Tools:
MSBuild, Maven, Gradle, ApacheAnt

Automation process

test automation process stage preparation


  • developing a Test Plan (tools, code language, frameworks, test cases to automate, estimation)
  • evaluating and comparing automation tools
  • preparing a proof of concept
test automation process stage execution


  • developing, executing and maintaining scripts
  • implementing a testing framework
  • setting up the infrastructure for automation (setting IDE, GID, integration with Jenkins, etc.)
  • integrating tools and frameworks
  • implementing continuous testing
test automation process stage support


  • reviewing the existing automation project
  • updating the existing automation project
  • preparing instructions for script run

To mitigate the risks and guarantee a continuous quality of your software, QATestLab provides a cost-effective solution – a smart combination of Manual and Automation QA. This prevents repetition of work by QA Automation Engineers, reduces the total cost of the project, and increases the efficiency of automation. In return, you get cost- and time-effective automation implemented effectively.

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What we need to start

To provide you with accurate estimation before the project launch, we need:

access to the test environment
defined scope of work and deadlines
requirements for the automation project (OS, browsers, platforms)
priorities for automation
test cases or user guides if available
test automation test cases

Test cases

We perform automation exclusively based on test cases; if the customer does not have them, then we can write our own. We use manual QA engineers who quickly and simply run these test cases. Once done, our automation experts perform testing using these scripts.

During testing, we do not touch the internal code of the program. Our automation code checks the interface without integrating into the program system code. Therefore, the language of the test case may not correspond to the programming language of the project.

We write both our own scripts for automation and check existing automated tests of clients, fix them if required and provide support.

Test environment

We launch automated tests on physical devices or emulators. Some tests can be run in the cloud if required. If the client wants to run automated tests themselves, we enter our automation code into the client’s GID.

With our detailed reporting, you get a clear and full vision of the workflow and results. The agreed scope of work, schedule, full documentation, and assessment will give you a 360 view of the process.

Case studies

Automated functional testing of a B2B solution
Automated performance testing of a secondary education monitoring system
Automated testing of a web app for room reservation

Find more Case studies here.