Designing process and test automation successfully with Keep IT Green (KIG)

World of business and test automation

Business processes and applications at the focus of TA technologies

Benefits of KIG automation for your company

Technology and methods as success factors in automation (test & process)

Investment security

Maximum efficiency in automation


Audit safety

Multiplication and scalability


Eggplant technology (image and text recognition) as the basis for the "Keep IT Green" suite (methods, management and ready-made solutions) is ideally suited for the test areas of regression, E2E and mobile devices. This spectrum is extended by the eggplant approach of "business testing" - complete variance testing using DAI (digitial automation intelligence).

Keep IT Green stands for the methodical implementation of test requirements from specification and development to company-wide TA operation.

This process chain (Spec - Dev - Ops) provides expressive reporting, analysis results and is displayed centrally in the audit-proof repository.


Automation is a strategic decision

Long-term success must be secured

Dynamic business processes and company structures in permanent change require a continuous adaptation of IT. New applications are rolled out to specialist departments or updates are installed at shorter and shorter intervals. At the same time, work steps within and between business applications need to be automated.

Agile worlds require new methods for the automation of processes in QA (testing) and the fully automated mapping of fixed business transactions (RPA).

Our eggplant-based automation solution (test & process)

Why eggplant?

Strategic TA leadership, technology independence

Why Keep It Green?

Complete automation suite, out-of-the-box solutions


Investment security, sustainability

What does test automation have to achieve today?

Test requirements have changed - conventional methods are no longer effective

The demands placed on today's test tools in automation are wide-ranging:
Challenges for the GUI, user experience and device or platform independence
must be convincingly mapped using the technology and methods of test automation.

Quality assurance in the agile world

DevOps: test automation as the key to succses

The release and delivery cycles in today's software development as well as the "Evergreen paradigm" of major vendors require the application of new methods, procedures and processes in the entire development and operation process of enterprise-wide IT availability. The automation of test procedures gains central importance if the core functionality of systems and applications is to be tested on a permanent basis.

Today's agile IT world focuses on cloud computing and sophisticated architectural models in which virtualization, platform and device independence dominate. This also requires the implementation of "best practices" for QA (in deployment and IT operations) in combination with instruments for the management of demanding, long-term TA projects.

What is the advantage of the DevOps concept?

Every technological innovation should be evaluated demand-oriented on the basis of the underlying process requirements. "Best practices" from the DevOps efforts provide the basis for the use of processes and tools. This means: automation flows from the requirements of today's IT worlds.

Strengthening the trust of the IT department through a constant dialog and joint work on projects with business users, faster software releases, faster elimination of critical errors and improved management of unplanned tasks.

DevOps and IT teams optimize processes and can develop, test and assure the quality of software efficiently and in rapid cycles.

DevOps offer development, code management, testing and deployment methods at the technological level

Continuous integration, for example, is a method in which continuous components are joined together to form an application. Continuous integration improves software quality. Artefacts serve to represent product components so that the components of the product can be viewed transparently by all team members. DevOps aims to build up software artefacts from source code by means of continuous integration in an automated way.

Continuous delivery/deployment, on the other hand, is the next step based on Continuous Integration, for example. The goal of continuous delivery is to deploy the previously automated artefacts (also) automatically. Ideally, the artefacts should be automatically tested and installed in the production environment.

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