Lorica Automated Software Testing Tool Version 3.0 Officially Released by FaSur Technologies

Virginia-based firm’s latest release adds support for Oracle Forms to compliment existing web-based applications like PeopleSoft, Asp.Net, and Flash.

HERNDON, VA (PRWEB) January 26, 2012

FaSur Technologies has officially released the automated software testing tool, Lorica Version 3.0. The first release already has been used with clients in higher education, health care, social media and insurance.

Lorica ATS can test on any web application and is compatible on all major web browsers (like Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari). The Lorica testing tool is available in two pricing models: Licensing and TaaS (Testing-as-a-Service).

Lorica Video Demo

About Lorica ATS
Lorica Automated Testing Suite is a functional software automation tool which enables users to automate functional test cases. Lorica ATS automates test scripts for unit, functional, integration and regression testing. It produces a detailed bug report of failed scenarios and can interface with defect tracking tools that can automatically upload bugs and send notifications without manual intervention.

About FaSur Technologies
FaSur Technologies is a SWaM (Small, Women and Minority) certified firm based in Herndon, Virginia providing managed IT consulting services and software development across various platforms and technologies.

FaSur Technologies’ past performance includes Higher Education, Government, Heath Care, and Social Media. We provide technical expertise in Oracle Applications Infrastructure, RAC Database Implementation, Performance Testing, Performance Tuning, Applications Development, Quality Assurance, Remote Services, IT Maintenance, and the Lorica Automated Software Testing Tool.

For more information, visit www.fasurtech.com.


Media Contact:
Ryan Croft
FaSur Technologies
tel: +1.703.234.1864
email: rcroft(at)fasurtech(dot)com


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