Congratulations to 2017 Real Customer Case Studies Winner Adaptavist!
Following on from a fantastic debut year for Real Customer Case Studies, EuroSTAR are delighted to announce Adaptavist as the winners of Real Customer Case Studies for 2017. Adaptavist will present their story with customers Loblaw Digital on Thursday morning this year – we look forward with interest to hearing a real-world example of how Adaptavist solved the resource-intense challenge of testing in a frequent-release environment while also providing a basis for managing the testing process and interpreting the results.
What Are The Real Customer Case Studies?
Exhibitors and Sponsors at the 2017 EuroSTAR Software Testing Conference are invited to submit a customer-focused case study with the best submission to feature on this year’s conference programme. We’re looking for really honest and compelling customer stories that will help explain how you go about helping your customers overcome a significant commercial challenge, as told by them!
This competition is now closed for 2017.
For details on the Real Customer Case Studies and exhibiting at EuroSTAR contact [email protected]
How To Enter:
This competition is only open to EuroSTAR Exhibitors.
The case study should detail the challenge your customer faced, your company’s approach to solving the problem and the outcome.
We will share case study submissions on our website and we will promote them through the EuroSTAR social media channels.
Guidelines On Submitting:
- Be specific: Address one main customer pain point – don’t try to cover too much in one case study
- Be descriptive: Use a title that addresses the solution rather than a generic title like “EuroSTAR Case Study”
- Be transparent: Include real metrics and share what the status of the challenge is today
- Be truthful: Share all the roadblocks you encountered along the way
- Be collaborative: The case study requires your customer’s permission and active participation – make sure you have commitment on both before submitting
- Be real: The case study is not a tender, please stick to explaining the story of your experience.
- Avoid unnecessary details: Don’t overdo explanations of procedures, policies or frameworks used. If necessary to include please include as an Appendix.