The WMS Testing Process

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Testing is a critical part of a Warehouse Management System (WMS) implementation programme and has to be done correctly in order to ensure project success. WMS testing typically follows an iterative approach to ensure thorough testing of the system during design / build phase as well as before Go-live. This includes functional as well as technical testing.

A Typical Testing Process

Unit Testing
Are the units of source code fit for use?
1
Assembly or Integration Testing
Do the units combine and data flow?
2
Regression Testing
Re-run of functional tests after updates
3
User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
Does functionality meet use requirements?
4
Release Testing
Is the software ready for release and go-live?
5

The Importance of Testing

  • Ensures functionality is in line with user & business requirements
  • Provides confidence in system functionality and capability
  • Ensures WMS works as per the Functional or Technical Design Specifications on its own (standalone unit) and in conjunction with other systems (integration)
  • Aids with user acceptance and change management
  • Enables smooth cut-over or transition
  • Essential element of a successful, low risk Go-Live
  • Minimises risk of post Go-Live issues or changes

To find out how BoxLogic could support your WMS implementation, contact our expert consulting team on our Contact Us page or email enquiries@box-logic.co.uk

The WMS Testing Process - Infographic

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