A global financial service technology company faced a number of challenges with moving to data-centric testing for their cloud-based payment processing solution. Their 10-person QA team was trying to maintain a set of 5,000 active tests based on a mix of different Selenium-based frameworks. This team was really struggling to keep up with the pace of application development due to the huge amounts of time fixing broken tests. This bottleneck meant they constantly fell behind with testing on every sprint. Developers would already be working on the new sprint features while the testers were stuck playing catch up from the previous sprint. This was starting to make a negative impact on QA morale.
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