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Peter Cherns

Peter Cherns joined Eggplant in March 2018 as a product manager for AI and analytics. After originally graduating in physics and earning a PhD in materials science, Peter has worked for more than eight years in the world of enterprise software, both in delivery and product. He also has experience in materials data management, delivering solutions to some of the world's leading aerospace, automotive and consumer electronics organizations.

Recent Posts

Democratizing Software Testing

6/25/19 / by Peter Cherns posted in test automation tools, digital transformation


Forrester has recently heralded the rise the of the ‘Business Tester’ in response to consumers increased demand for flawless digital products. We believe this is more than just a trend, it is an uprising!

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Test Automation Just Got More Intelligent

2/21/19 / by Peter Cherns posted in Test automation, intelligent automation


There are two things you should know about the latest release of Eggplant AI, our intelligent test automation solution.

1: It will give you much greater insight into the quality of your releases.

2: It will make your testing process more focused and more efficient.

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Enhanced Reporting, Bug Hunting and Scalability: Enter Eggplant AI 2.2

11/2/18 / by Peter Cherns posted in Performance testing


We’ve recently made some huge enhancements to Eggplant AI, our intelligent test automation solution. The release of version 2.2 not only includes a number of new reporting features – it also transforms its capabilities.

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How's the Quality of Your Upcoming Release? Find Out With Eggplant Release Insights.

8/9/18 / by Peter Cherns posted in User Testing, Performance testing, business outcomes


Burndown charts, feature completeness, code quality, pass/fail testing. Dev and test managers have access to lots of data from many sources about an upcoming release. But none of it directly relates to business outcomes. While decisions might be influenced by data, they’re still largely subjective and more often based on experience. 

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