Provar / Salesforce BST Program – Invitation to Apply
Do you want to improve your company’s Salesforce release experience? Would you be interested in sharing your test scenarios with Salesforce to be included in their official release testing?
Provar is running a limited pilot with Salesforce to get our customers’ business scenarios run as part of Salesforce’s official release testing.
What are the program benefits?
This is a fantastic opportunity for Provar customers to engage directly with Salesforce’s Business Scenario Testing (BST) program.
By sharing your Provar test cases with Salesforce, you’ll increase your confidence in the reliability of Salesforce’s releases, participate in Salesforce’s major and patch testing, get earlier feedback on potential issues, and engage directly with Salesforce R&D for any issues identified.
Where can I learn more?
If you’re a Provar customer running your tests on Lightning and you’re interested in applying to join the Salesforce BST program, take a look at the information session video below to learn more.
In this session, Richard Clark from Provar and Heather Ouellette from the Salesforce Business Scenario Testing (BST) program talk more about the program benefits and explain how you can apply for Salesforce Winter ‘20 participation.
Interested in applying?
Are you an existing Provar customer and interested in applying for the program? Get in touch with us at email@example.com with answers to the following questions:
1. Do you meet the following eligibility criteria?
My organization is willing and able to sign the Salesforce BST legal agreement pending a review of the terms.
My organization has no barriers in sharing test cases or cloning a sandbox.
My organization is testing in Lightning.
My organization has integrated Provar to Git.
My organization has resources available to implement and maintain our BST test cases.
My organization’s Provar Connections are publicly visible to Salesforce.
I am happy for you to share my contact details with Salesforce.
Yes, I meet this criteria. / No, I do not meet this criteria.
2. Do you want to be considered for participation starting in Winter ‘20 or for next year?
Winter ’20 – I understand I need to sign the Salesforce BST legal agreement by June 7th. / After Winter ’20 – contact me in July 2019.