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Unified Functioning Testing Certification

Contributor(s): Matthew Haughn

Unified Functional Testing (UFT) Certification is a Hewlett Packard Enterprise program designed to ensure that trained IT professionals have comprehensive knowledge of HP’s testing automation software.

Formerly known as HP Quick Test (QTP) professional, the UFT program includes training and testing as well as certification. The training and testing components are based on achievement of specified learning goals for HP’s automated software architecture testing. UFT is used to test applications for various functions through a graphical user interface (GUI) environment. Tests can be set up or changed without ever leaving the program environment.

UFT certification is useful for application developers, software quality assurance (QA) and testing. Those in the field can benefit from knowledge of Unified Functional Testing as it helps IT organizations adopt and apply functional test automation more efficiently.

This was last updated in November 2014

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