Appian Automated Testing - Standards and Integrations Across All Responsibility Area -


As an experienced Appian project professional, you know that quality management is crucial in determining a project's timing and costing.

This control, as you well know, is dispersed among various areas of responsibility, and depending on the project, the distribution of tasks can vary considerably.

In many cases, successful projects are characterized by close collaboration between those responsible for development, quality and testers.

Other projects, on the other hand, place greater emphasis on document sharing through project management tools.

Does this dynamic sound familiar?






Tool Integrations

Practical Examples of AAT in Action:

This is where Appian Automated Testing (AAT) comes in, our solution designed to optimize quality in Appian projects.

AAT not only complements, but makes up for the lack of tools, bringing the full power of an Appian-specific approach.

A key detail:

With this targeted approach, you can save up to 3 days per sprint in

important projects. Can you imagine the impact in the medium term? We're talking about substantial savings in terms of months.

It is essential to note that AAT adheres to all of Appian's recommended standards. If you already have Appian-recommended configurations in your environments, you're ready to go with AAT.




AAT integrates easily into the most established tools on the market in the areas of DevOps, test automation, and project management.

This level of integration, backed by the ease of test construction, makes all the difference.

You can, for example, launch automated tests built with AAT from tools like Selenium, or vice versa.


QA Vision



AAT not only stands out for its integration, but also for its ability to efficiently automate at different levels:

Automation in the Ongoing Sprint:

Not all projects can "boast" of automating the testing of the sprint in progress. With AAT, you can automate ongoing developments based on acceptance criteria, without needing to know the final layout.

User-Level Automation:

AAT makes it extremely easy for QAs managing projects with various technologies. Manual users or testers with no programming knowledge

They can automate tests, handling actions on each object in a visual and simple way.

Adaptability to continuous changes:

Appian projects, like other BPMs, are characterized by frequent changes and continuous adaptations.

AAT greatly simplifies the implementation of changes, with multiple aids, such as folder organization that offers a clear functional view of all processes.

Anticipation of Results:

Not only does AAT solve regression tests quickly, but it also allows you to launch all the batteries of ongoing and regression-related sprint tests, saving at least 3 days per sprint.

If you haven't read it, I encourage you to read:

 Automate regression against frequent changes in Appian projects




Development Team:

Early Verification of Developments:

AAT provides the ability to evaluate the effectiveness of new developments from the initial stages of the project.

Autonomy in Testing:

Developers can run tests autonomously, getting results in both Word and video formats, exls,json.

Daily Test Batteries:

Deploying daily test batteries, released overnight, makes it easy to quickly identify issues related to current deployments.

Early Access to Results:

The autonomy of the equipment is increased by obtaining test results early, allowing a detailed evaluation of acceptance criteria and associated test data.

End Customer QA:

Standards Integration and Compliance:

AAT easily integrates with DevOps and test automation tools, complying with Appian standards.

Automatisms and Adaptability:

AAT automatisms can be launched from a variety of tools and environments, offering results of evidence and analysis, including valuable historical data.

Efficient Adaptability:

AAT adapts to different tools and environments, facilitating efficient test execution.

Product Owner (PO):

Absolute Control:

AAT provides the PO with full control over the critical points of the project.

Frequent Deep Testing:

It makes it easier to perform deeper and more frequent tests without negatively impacting project costs or speed.

Agility in complex tests:

AAT addresses aspects such as file comparison, data management, and

Changes in process states, providing agility in the performance of complete, fast and reliable tests.

Anticipation of Results:

It allows the PO to anticipate results and make quick and focused decisions, improving confidence to move forward with the project.





In summary, the implementation of Test Automation (AAT) not only improves the quality of the project, but also brings significant savings in terms of months of testing work, compared to manual tasks.

Seamless integration, the ability to anticipate outcomes, and adaptability to continuous change make AAT an end-to-end solution for Appian projects.

Consider giving your project a boost in speed and quality with AAT, a tool that not only meets standards, but redefines efficiency in quality management in Appian projects.

Would you like to explore more about how AAT can transform your approach to testing and quality management in Appian projects?

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