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Revolutionizing Test Automation for an ISV - Transport Management System


Reduced release cycle duration

Automated testing doubled the release speed and significantly reduced overall testing costs.


Decrease in critical bugs

Boosting system reliability


Increase in efficiency

Detailed reports and dashboards provide actionable insights and improved decision-making.

The Client designs and builds cutting-edge technology solutions to empower the logistics industry. By partnering with shippers, carriers, vendors, and 3PLs, client eliminates cumbersome tasks such as shipment tracking, contract management, and invoice payments, enabling clients to focus on their core business operations. The product-focused team at the client comprises talented individuals from both technology companies and traditional logistics firms, all dedicated to creating tools that drive the logistics industry forward.

The client is a $20 billion IT giant with operations across the world providing mission-critical IT services. With operations in 70 countries globally, the client drives innovation in the IT world. The client has over 130,000 employees across the world and is a Fortune 500 global IT services leader.


The project aims to automate testing processes for an ISV, specifically focusing on transportation, logistics, and fleet management solutions. The primary customer challenges include the need for efficient automated testing and faster product release cycles. The technology deployed includes UTAF (Unified Test Automation Framework), GitLab, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Node.js, JavaScript (JS), and Visual Studio Code (VSCode).


As our client expanded, the organization faced significant challenges due to increasingly complex technology infrastructure and the need for expedited release of new features and fixes. This complexity, stemming from multiple product lines, adversely affected customer experience, particularly for those engaging with various products. The client needed to streamline the quality of the products by implementing comprehensive and cohesive test automation.

Key challenges included:

  • Fragmented technology infrastructure across different product lines, making it difficult to maintain efficiency and coherence.

  • Lack of a dedicated QA team and standardized processes.

  • Slow product release cycles due to inadequate testing infrastructure.

  • Confusion in selecting the right tools (No-Code/Low-Code or Scripted).

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Feuji implemented a comprehensive test automation program that assisted in eliminating defect leakage into production, while reducing the time to market.

Here is our detailed approach:

  • Conducted an initial assessment to identify and shortlist UTAF as the best fit for the automation requirements.

  • Deployed UTAF tailored to the client’s specific needs and developed a comprehensive test automation suite covering all business flows.

    • Integrated UTAF with GitLab CI/CD pipelines for continuous and automated testing.

    • Leveraged UTAF’s modular architecture for dynamic script maintenance and updates.

    • Conducted automated API responsiveness checks focusing on performance and stability.

  • Provided advanced reports and dashboards with in-depth test analytics on Execution, Coverage, Defect trends, and API responsiveness.





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