What is Automation ?

Automation is the use of electronics and computer-controlled devices to assume control of processes. The aim of automation is to boost efficiency and reliability. In most cases, however, automation replaces labor. In fact, economists today fear that new technology will eventually push up unemployment rates significantly.


McKinsol QA & Testing Services

  • QA & Testing - Part of Our Shared Services Offering
  • Test Management Center
  • Defect Management
  • Automation Division Introduction
  • iBPA Test Automation Methodology

McKinsol Test Management Center

McKinsol Test Management Center

Delivery Framework

Delivery Framework

Why to Select McKinsol for AMS



This will be the first step to identify the defect in the process this will be done by the testing team. We will also consider direct defects being called by the PVH team members.


After the defect is registered, then it will be passed to the respective stream leads for categorization. The leads will determine the type of defects and then move it to the next step.


The defect then gets prioritized as per severity/complexity of the defect.


As soon as the priorities are decided by the Test Lead/Functional lead, defect is assigned to a developer to fix it.


Developer fixes the defect and places it in the same place from where it was identified.


As soon as the defect is fixed, the development team verifies that defect is fixed, and the code/functionality is working or not.


Once the defect is fixed and resolved it is marked as closed.

Management Reporting:

This provided at regular intervals which helps management to know the defect status.

Mckinsol-Neuvays iBPA Methodology

Test Automation Advantages

  • Accelerated Results
  • Faster Feedback
  • Reduced Business Expenses
  • Testing Efficiency improvement
  • Higher Overall Test Coverage
  • Reusability of Automated Tests
  • Earlier Detection of Defects
  • Thoroughness in Testing
  • Faster Time-to-Market
  • Information Security
Test Automation