#ATAGTR2023 Speaker

Welcome to the 8th Edition of the Global Testing Retreat 2023!

About Speaker

SatParkash is a Techno Manager having 17+ years of IT experience in Testing Service Delivery along with rolling out Cognitive Test Design Analysis (based on Model Based Testing), to spearheading Automation & Digitalization using Microsoft Power Tools (Power App, Power Automate & Power BI and Python.
He has good experience in Telecom (OSS, BSS including Commissions) Domain with strong focus on Continuous Improvement in Testing. SatParkash is TMMi Certified professional along with continuing his learning through certifications in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning, DevOps(Certified Tester in DevOps)

SatParkash Maurya

Quality Engineering Manager at VOIS

Interactive Talk - Hyperautomation in Testing- Elevating Software Quality and Delivery

Hyperautomation in Testing- Elevating Software Quality and Delivery


In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, hyperautomation has emerged as a transformative force, promising organizations the ability to supercharge their processes, enhance decision-making, and achieve unprecedented levels of efficiency


Hyperautomation is the use of automation technologies to automate as many tasks as possible in an organization. Hyperautomation goes beyond regular automation and extends to the systematic and comprehensive approach of leveraging advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), robotic process automation (RPA), and other automation tools, to streamline and optimize complex business processes, tasks, and workflows.


In hyperautomation, organizations aim to automate not just routine and repetitive tasks, but also more intricate and cognitive activities that involve decision-making, analysis, and adaptation. This involves combining AI and ML capabilities to enable systems to learn, adapt, and make informed decisions autonomously, thereby enhancing efficiency, accuracy, and scalability.


Hyperautomation is often used to drive digital transformation initiatives, enabling organizations to achieve higher levels of operational efficiency, innovation, and agility. By applying hyperautomation principles, businesses can reduce human intervention in routine processes, minimize errors, improve customer experiences, and unlock new avenues for growth and competitiveness.


Hyperautomation can be used in testing to automate a variety of tasks, such as


  • Test case creation: Automated test case creation tools can be used to generate test cases from requirements specifications. This can save testers a significant amount of time and effort.
  • Test execution: Automated test execution tools can be used to run test cases on a variety of platforms and devices. This can help to ensure that the software is tested on a wide range of environments.
  • Test reporting: Automated test reporting tools can be used to generate reports on the results of test executions. This can help testers to identify and prioritize defects.
  • Test automation maintenance: Automated test maintenance tools can be used to update test cases as the software changes. This can help to ensure that the test cases are always up-to-date.


Hyperautomation can help to improve the efficiency, productivity, and effectiveness of testing. It can free up testers to focus on more strategic and value-added activities, such as exploratory testing and risk-based testing. It can also help to ensure that the software is tested more thoroughly and that defects are found earlier.


Overall, the benefits of hyperautomation in testing outweigh the challenges. Hyperautomation is a powerful tool that can be used to improve the quality of software. However, it is important to carefully consider the challenges before implementing hyperautomation in testing. 



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