The idea of Automation Testing of course sounds exciting. What could be better than writing a script only one time, and then re-executing it for up to hundreds, even thousands, of times?
With Automation Testing, your team can increase test coverage, find bugs earlier, and still be able to use manual testing where it truly delivers values.
But most of the time, that’s just not enough to get everyone to buy into Test Automation. This is especially true for top management and the CFO who would ask for a convincing ROI analysis for such a major investment like Automation Testing.