Here are some common reasons why test automation fails in organisation >>>>>

Unrealistic expectations Development teams often believe that test automation is a one-size-fits-all solution, but that may not be the case.

Improper Management There might be plenty of reasons your software projects might not be automated, but poor management is often the primary reason for test automation failure.

Ignoring Manual Testing Most teams find it faster and cheaper to automate tests during peak hours. But remember, it is always better to have humans and machines work together towards an accurate final result.

Improper Selection and Planning Resources that are not trained sufficiently to use a specific test automation tool or technology can create severe issues with automation tests and their execution.

Not Paying Attention If you fail to look at the test reports carefully, you might risk overlooking the primary defects, thus wasting valuable resources, effort, and time.

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