Highlights of LTI’s strengths
- Continuous Testing: the platform is comprehensive with LTI continuing to invest in it.
- UX Testing: LTI has pockets of strengths and has spent ahead of the competition in automation.
- The range of AI-based analytics use cases is comprehensive.
- LTI is one of the few vendors active in QA that have balanced their automation effort across on one side, continuous testing and AI, and on the other side UX Testing. In the past two years, LTI has mostly caught up and then become a leader in the AI-based analytics use case.
Speaking on this achievement, Nachiket Deshpande, LTI’s Chief Operating Officer, said, “LTI’s Cognitive Business Assurance Platform has helped bring AI into the Quality Engineering cycle and amplify quality outcomes for our customers. We will continue to invest in Shift-Left capabilities to enhance outcomes for our customers.”
Dominique Raviart, NelsonHall’s IT Services Practice Director, said, “LTI introduced its analytics use case, Knowledge Fabric, for QA in 2019 and focused initially on testing better and in a more Precise manner. LTI continues to add new AI use cases on an ongoing basis. An example is assessing the impact of code and object changes on test cases.”